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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights 
Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



VOL. 18. 
First quarter, 1899. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 
1899. 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 
Washington. D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



A D OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 18, no. 1. 
Whole no. 392— January o, 1899- 



CONTENTS 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 5 

(2) Miscellaneous 14 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 16 
U. Dramatic Compositions 19 

III. Periodicals 20 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 
tions of Music 22 

V. Maps and Charts 31 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 32 



Page. 

VU. Chromos and Lithographs 34 

VIII. Photographs 35 

IX. Fine'Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy, 
right of paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or designs intended to 
be perfected as works of the fine arts) 36 
X. Index of Copyright Proprietors .. 37 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 
1899. 



[EXPLANATION. — The titles are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as shown in 
the table of contents, and are followed by one index of copyright proprietors.] 

I. BOOKS .-(1) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 

The titles in this'chapter are prepared by the Catalogue Department of the Library of Congress. 



Authors. 

Abbott, John S[tevens] C[abotJ 

History of Louis xiv . . . New 
York, Harper & brothers [1898] 410 
pp. illus. 16°. 1 

Copyright by Laura A. Buck, U. S. 
1898, no. 59808, Oct. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

"Aida," pseud. 

See Baker, Frances Davis. 

The Albertype co. 

Select New York . . . Brooklyn, 
N. Y., The Albertype co., 1898. 1 p". 1., 
102 pi. obi. 8°. 2 

Copyright by A. Witteniann, Brook- 
lyn. 1898, no. 74033, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Allen, Mary Wood-, and Stall, Sylvanus. 
. . . What a young woman ought to 
know. Philadelphia and Toronto, 
The Vir pub. co. [1898] 264 pp. port. 
16°. (Self and sex series. For women, 
v. 2.) 3 

Copyright by Sylvanus Stall, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 64858, Nov. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
American climatological association. 

Transactions . . . Philadelphia, 
printed for the association, 1898. 8°. 

4 
Contents. 
v. 14. 1898. 

Copyright by Guy Hinsdale, Phila- 
delphia. 1898,iio. 73999, Dec. 19; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

American institute of instruction. 

Annual meeting . . . Boston, 
American institute of instruction, 
1898. 12°. 5 

Contents. 
68th meeting, North Conway, N. H., July 
5-8, 1898. 

Copyright by E. H. Whitehill, sec'y 
of American institute of instruction, 
Boston. 1898, no. 60946, Oct. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 23. 



A uthors — Continued. 

Baker, Frances Davis. 

Uplands, a novel by "Aida" [pseud.] 
Buffalo, N. Y., G. M. Hausauer, 1898. 
116 pp. 12°. 6 

Copyright by Frances Davis Baker, 
Buffalo. 1898, no. 46300, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Ballon, Maturin M[urray] comp. 

Treasury of thought. Forming an 
encyclopaedia of quotations from an- 
cient and modern authors. Boston, 
Houghton, Mifflin & co., 1899 [1898]. 
xii, 579 pp. 8°. 7 

Copyright by Mrs. Mary Anne Bal- 
lou, Boston. 1898, no. 71371, Dec. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Banta, Clara. 

Eugene Field; the story of his life, 
for children. Kansas City, Mo., A. T. 
Sweet [1898] 3 p. 1., 37 pp. port. 
16°. .8 

Copyright by Arthur T. Sweet, Kan- 
sas City, Mo/ 1898, no. 71887, Dec. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

The barbers' handy manual of ready rec- 
ipes [1898] 

See [Ertle, Anton] 

Bashford, Herbert. 

Songs from Puget sea. San Fran- 
cisco, The Whitaker & Eav co., 1898. 
100 pp. 12°. 9 

Copyright by Herbert Bashford, 
Olympia, Wash*. 1898, no. 74884, Dec. 
22 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Bates, Clement. 

See Ohio. General assembly. The an- 
notated revised statutes of . . . Ohio. 
2d ed. 1898. 

Beesley, [Charles Norbury] 

Beesley's illustrated guide to St. 
Michael's church, Charleston, So. Ca. 
[Charleston, S. C, Walker, Evans & 

5 



BOOKS (PEOPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Beesley, [Charles Norbury]— Continued. 
Cogswell co., 1898] 76 pp. illus. 
obi. 24°. 10 

Copyright by Charles Norbury Bees- 
ley. Charleston, S. C. 1898, no. 71115, 
Dec. 7; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Blanchard, Rufus. 

Blanchard's guide to Chicago, show- 
ing street numbers and how to find 
them . . . Chicago, R. Blanchard 

[etc.] 1898. 16°. 11 

Copyright by Rufus Blanchard, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 61860, Nov. 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec, 22, 1898. 

Bolles, Albert S. 

The law of negotiable and non- 
negotiable instruments in Pennsyl- 
vania. Philadelphia. T. & J. W. 
Johnson & co., 1899 [1898] xxiii, 668 
pp. 8°. 12 

Copyright by Albert S. Bolles, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 73578, Dec. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Brooks, John A. reporter. 

Michigan. Supreme court. Michigan 
reports . . . v. 112, 1st ed. 1898. 

Carlin, Eva V. ed. 

A Berkeley year; a sheaf of nature 
essays. Berkeley, Cal., Women's 
auxiliary of the First Unitarian church, 
1898. 4 p. 1., 92 pp. pi. 8°. 13 

Copyright by Eva V. Carlin, Berke- 
ley, Cal. 1898, no. 72857, Dec. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Castelle, J[ohn] W. 

The schoolmaster and other poems. 

[n.p.] 1898. 116 pp. 24°. 14 

Copyright by John William Castelle, 

Blue Island, 111. 1898, no. 47465, Aug. 

11; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 16, 1898. 

Catholic Church. Ritual. 

. . . Ordo divini officii recitandi inis- 
sseque celebrandte juxta rubricas 
breviarii et missalis romani ex kaleu- 
dario clero romano proprio . . . pro 
anno domini 1899. S. Francisci, P. T. 
Thomas, 1899 [1898] 99 pp., 5 1. 24°. 

15 

Interleaved. 

Copyright by P. J. Thomas, San Fran- 
cisco. 1898, no. 71102, Dec. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Caldwell, Luther, ed. 

An account of Anne Bradstreet, the 
Puritan poetess, and kindred topics. 
Boston, Damrell & Upham, 1898. viii, 
64 pp. pi. port, facsim. 8°. 16 

Copyright by Luther Caldwell, 
Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 72271, Dec. 
12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Claremont [and Newport] directory, 1899 
. . . Boston, Union pub. co., 1899. 8°. 

17 
Copyright by Union pub. co., Boston. 
1898, no. 73352," Dec. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
! Dec. 29, 1898. 

\ Clarke, James Freeman. 

Ten great religions [pt. 1] An essay 
in comparative theology. [New popu- 
lar ed.] Boston and New York, 
Houghton, Mifflin & co., 1899 [1898] x, 
528 pp. pi. 8°. 18 

Contents. 

Pt. 1. Brahnianism. p. 77. 

Buddhism, or the Protestantism of the East, 
p. 139. 

Confucius and the Chinese, or The prose of 
Asia. p. 32. 

Ethnic and Catholic religions, p. 1. 

The gods of Egypt, p. 209. 

The gods of Greece, p. 259. 

The Jewish religion, p. 397. 

Mohammed and Islam, p. 448. 

The religion of Rome. p. 316. 

The ten religions and Christianity, p. 489. 

The Teutonic and Scandinavian religion. 
p. 355. 

Zoroaster and the Zend Avesta. p. 171. 

Copyright by Eliot C. Clarke, Boston. 



1898, no. 71369, Dec. 
Dec. 29, 1898. 



copies rec'd 



Clark's Boston blue book . . . [1899] 
Boston, E. E. Clark, 1899 [1898] 16°. 

19 
Copyright by Ada E. B. Clark, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 64132, Nov. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

" Co-op" annotations, Michigan reports; 
supplementing the supreme court de- 
cisions by parallel cases and points . . . 
Rochester, N. Y., The Lawyer's coop- 
erative pub. co. [1898] 8°. 20 
Copyright by The Lawyer's co-opera- 
tive pnb. co., Rochester. 1898, no. 
73655, Dec. 17: 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 
1898. 

Cox. William Van Zandt, and Xorthrup, 
Milton Harlow. 

Life of Samuel Sullivan Cox . . . 
Syracuse. X. Y., M. H. Xorthrup, 1899 
[1898] 280 pp., 1 1. pi. port. 8° 

21 
Copyright by Milton H. Xorthrup, 
Syracuse. 1898, no. 66534, Nov. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

| Cravens, Mary J. 

Story of Daisy. A true record of the 
life of a little child. Toledo. Ohio, 
J The B. F. Wade CO., 1898. 152 pp. 
port. 12°. 22 

Copyright by Mrs. Mary J. Cravens, 
Toledo, Ohio. 1898, no. 69867, Dec. 1; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



A it tin 



-Continued. 



Crockett, S[ainuel] R[utherford] 

The silver skull. New York, F. A. 
Stokes co. [1898] 2 p. 1., 283 pp. 12°. 

23 
Copyright by S. R. Crockett, Midlo- 
thian/ Scotland. 1898, no. 74630, Dec. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Curtin, Jeremiah. 

Creation myths of primitive America 
in relation to the religious history and 
mental development of mankind. 
Boston, Little, Brown & co., 1898. 
xxxix, 530 pp., 1 1. pi. 8 D . 24 

Copyright hv Jeremiah Curtin, Bris- 
tol, Vt. 1898, no. 74655, Dec. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Daudet, Leon [A.] 

Alphonse Daudet ; to which is added 
The Daudet family ("Mon frere et 
moi") by Ernest Daudet; translated 
by C. De Kav. Boston. Little, Brown 
& co., 1898.' ix pp., 11. ,'466 pp. port. 
12°. 25 

Copyright bv Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1898/ no. 74654, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Davis, J[ohn] C [handler] Bancroft, re- 
porter. 

United States. Supreme court. Uni- 
ted States reports, v. 171. 1898. 
Day, Bessie Harris, oomp. 

The Cuban recitation book, specially 
adapted to school, contest, church, and 
parlor entertainments. Winchester, 
111., Winchester times [1898] 173 pp., 
1 1. 8 C . 26 

Copyright by Bessie Harris Day, 
Winchester, 111. 1898, no. 42968, Juiy 
18 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 
De La Vergne, George H. 

Hawaiian sketches. San Fran- 

cisco, Cal., H. S. Crocker co., 1898. 
112 pp. 16 c . 27 

Copyright by G. H. De La Vergne, 
Denver. 1898, no. 74660, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Ditson, Lina Bartlett. 

The winged lion. A tale of Venice. 
London & New York, F. T. Neelv 
[1898] 246 pp. 12 ^ 28 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1898, no. 73584, Dec. 17 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 
Doyle, E. A. 

Poems and lyrics relating to the 
Spanish and Cuban war. Winches- 
ter, 0., Herald pub. co., 1898. 12 pp. 
8°. 29 

Copvright by Edwin Adams Doyle, 
Winchester. Ohio. 1898. no. 65984, 
Nov. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. I 



Authors — Continued. 

Edgren, J. A. 

Pa lifvets haf jemte andra foredrag 
och nppsatser. San Francisco, G. F. 
Wikstroms tryckeri [1898] 208 pp. 
illus. pi. port. 12°. 30 

Copyright bv J. A. Edgren, Oakland, 
Cal. 1898, no. 69185, Nov. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

El estado de Sinaloa, Mexico. 
See [Southwortb, J. R. ed.~\ 

[Ertle, Anton] 

The barbers' handy manual of ready 
recipes . . . Cedarburg, Wis., Man- 
ual pub. co., 1891. 28 pp. 16°. 31 
Copyright bv Anton Ertle, Cedar- 
burg, Wis. 1898, no. 67626, Nov. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

The federal cases. 

Digest of decisions of the United 
States circuit and district courts, from 
1789 to 1880, as contained in the thirty 
volumes of the Federal cases . . . edited 
by members of the editorial staff of the 
National reporter system. St. Paul, 
West pub. co., 1898. 4°. (National re- 
porter system digests. United States 
series.) 32 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1898, no. 67975, Nov. 21; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 27, 1898. 

Field, Edward. 

Esek Hopkins, commander-in-chief of 
the continental navy during the Amer- 
ican revolution, 1775 to 1778, master 
mariner, politician, brigadier-general, 
naval officer and philanthropist. 
Providence, The Preston & Rounds co., 

1898. ix pp., 2 1., 280 pp. illus. pi. 
port. map. 8 G . 33 

(Xo. 154 of a limited edition of 300 copies.) 

Copyright bv Edward Field, Provi- 
dence. 1 1898, no. 73588, Dec. 17; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Fields, James T[homas] 

Yesterdays with authors. Boston 
and New York, Houghton, Mifflin & co., 

1899. 4 p. 1.. 419 pp. 8°. 34 
Copyright bv Mrs. Annie Fields, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no." 71370, Dec. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Fulton county, Pennsylvania handbook 
directory and household guide for 
1899 . . . McConnellsburg, Pa., The 
Commercial print co., 1899 [1898] . 16°. 

35 
Copyright by W. Scott Alexander, 
McConnellsburg, Pa. 1898, no. 55279, 
Sept. 21; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



BOOKS (PROPEE)— Continued. 






A nth ors — Continued . 

Gardner, John M. ed. 

American negligence reports, current 
series . . . together with notes of 
English cases and annotations, v. 4. 
N«w York, Eeniick & Schilling, 1898. 
8 C . 36 

Copyright by Eeniick & Schilling, 
New York. 1898, no. 72157, Dec. 12; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 
Garrison, Wendell Phillips. 

The new Gulliver. Jamaica, 
Queensborough, N. Y., The Marion 
press, 1898. oO pp., 1 1. 12° 37 

Copyright by AVendell Phillips Gar- 
rison, New York. 1898, no. 73292. Dec. 
16 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Gordon, Armistead C [hurchill] . 

For truth and freedom; poems of 
commemoration. Staunton, Va., A. 
Shultz, 1898. 50 pp. 16°. 38 

Copyright by Armistead C. Gordon, 
Staunton, Ya. 1898, no. 71892, Dec. 10 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
Grant, Arthur Hastings. 

The Grant family; a genealogical 
history of the descendants of Matthew 
Grant, of Windsor, Conn. 1601-1898. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., A.Y. Haight, 1898. 
xiv, 578 pp. illus. 4°. 39 

Copyright by Arthur Hastings Grant, 
Newbnrg, N. Y. 1898, no. 51873, Sept. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
The great fruit sections of the South; 
views along the lines of the Central of 
Georgia railway [anon.] [Buffalo, 
N. Y., The Matthews-Northrup co.] 
1898. [16] pp. illus. obi. 8°. 40 

Copyright by J. C. Haile, Savannah. 
1898, no. 64688, Nor. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 29, 1898. 
Greene, Henry Copley. 

Plains and uplands of old France ; a 
book of verse and prose. Boston, 
Small, Maynard & co., 1898. vii, 136 
pp. pi. 16°. 41 

Copyright by Small, Mavnard & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 74876, Dec. 22 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 
Theophile ; a miracle plav. Bos- 
ton, Small, Maynard & co., 1898. viii, 
32 pp. pi. 12°. 42 

Copyright by Small, Maynard & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 74013, Dec. 19 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 
Grinnell, Elizabeth, and Grinnell, Joseph. 

Our feathered friends. Boston, 
D. C. Heath & co., 1898. xii, 144 pp. 
illus. pi. 12°. 43 

Copyright by D. C. Heath & co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 73586, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 



A n thors— C on tinued. 

Hainer, Bayard T. 

A treatise on the modern law of mu- 
nicipal securities ; including rights and 
remedies as determined by the courts 
and statutes of the United States; 
with forms and directions. Indian- 
apolis & Kansas City, The Bowen- 
Merrillco.,1898. Ixi, 725 pp. 8°. 44 

Copyright by The Bowen-Merrill co., 
Indianapolis. * 1898, no. 60924, Oct. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Hall. Tom of New York. 

An experimental wooing. New 
York. E. E. Herrick & co. [1898] 4 p. 1., 
180 pp. 8 C . 45 

Copyright bv E.E. Herrick & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 70541, Dec. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Hanna, W. Walker. 

My early random hits; or, "Stories 
in poetry and prose." Philadelphia, 
G. Dukes. 1898. 2 p. 1., 166 pp. 12°. 

46 
Copyright bv W. Walker Hanna, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 73095, Dec. 15 : 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

[Hay den, Susan M.] 

How to cook a husband. Minne- 
apolis, Pierce & Pierce, 1898. [14 pp.] 
illus. 12'°. 47 

Copyright by Pierce <Sz Pierce, Minne- 
apolis. 1898, no. 72579, Dec. 13 ; 1 copy 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd Dec. 29, 
1898. 

Heinzen, Karl. 

The rights of women and the sexual 
relations . . . Chicago, C. H. Kerr 
&co. [1898] x pp.,l l.,385 pp. 12^. 

48 
Copyright by Karl Schmemann, De- 
troit. 1898, no. 72566, Dec, 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

How to cook a husband. 1898. 
See [Hay den, Susan M.] 

How to pass an examination. [1898.] 
See [Palmer, Philip C] 

Hubbell, J[ohn] H. ed. 

Hubbell's legal directory for lawyers 
and business men . . . 1899 ..." (29th 
year. ) New York, The Hubbell pub. 
co. [1898] 8°. 49 

Copyright by The Hubbell pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74006, Dec. 19 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Hun, Marcus T., reporter. 

New York (State) Supreme court. 
ports . . . v.33. 1898. 



Re- 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Huntington. Harwood. 

The year-book for colorists and 
dyers . . . v. 1. [1898] New York, 
[Trow directory printing and book- 
binding co.] 1898. 12°. 50 

Copyright by Harwood Huntington, 
New York. 1898, no. 70348, Dec. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Huntington, William Reed. 

Sonnets and a dream. Jamaica, 

N. Y.. The Marion press, 1899 [1898] 
60ppi 12°. 51 

Copyright by William Reed Hunt- 
ington, New York. 1893, no. 73291, 
Dec. 16; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Illinois political directory, 1899; with 
portraits and biographical sketclies of 
party leaders. . . . Chicago, J. F. 
Higgins [1898] 8 C . 52 

Copyright by W. L. Bodine & co., 
Chicago. 1898,' no. 74658, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec*d Dec. 29. 1898. 

Tbe Jesuit relations and allied docu- 
ments . . . Edited by R. G. Thwaites. 
v. 33, 34. Cleveland, The Burrows 
bros. co.. 1898. 2 v. 8°. 53,54 

Contents. 

v. 33. Lower Canada, Algonkins, Hurons: 
1648-1649, contains. Preface: Document lxvi. 
delation de ce qvi s'est passe en la Xovvelle 
Trance, es annees 1647 & 1648. [Chaps, ix., 
x. of Part I, and all of Part II.. completing the 
document.] 

Hierosme Lalemani. Quebec, October 15, 
1648: Paul Ragueneau, Des Hurons. April 
16, 1648. Document Ixvii. Epistola ad E. P. 
Vincentium Caraffam, . . . Paulus Rague- 
neau: Sanctae Mariae apud Hurones, March 
1,1649. Bibliographical data: v. 33. Xotes. 

t. 34. Lower Canada. Hurons: 1649, con 
tains: Preface: Document lxviii. Epistola 
ad E. P. Tincentium Caraffam. . . . Jacobus 
Buteux: Tria flumina, September 21, 1649. 
Document lxix. Eecit veritable du martyre 
et de la bien heureuse mort. du Pere Jean de 
Brebceuf et du Pere Gabriel L'Alemant en la 
Kbuvelle France. Christophe Regnant; n. p., 
[1649.?] Document lxx Journal des PP. 
J6suites. Hierosme Lalemant: Quebeh, Jan 
uary-December, 1649. Document lxxi. Ee- 
latibn de ce qvi s'est passe en la Xouuelle 
France, es annees 1648 & 1649. Paul Ra- 
gueneau; Saincte Marie aux Hurons, May 1, 
1649. Bibliograph. data: v. xxxiv. Xotes. 

Copyright by The Burrows bros, co., 
Cleveland. 1898. nos. 74662, 74663, Dec. 
21; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Johnston, William Preston. 

Seekers after God : sonnets. Lou- 
isville, Ky., J. P. Morton & co., 1898. 
81 pp. 8 C . 55 

Copyright by Wm. Preston Johnston, 
New Orleans. 1898. no. 74022, Dec. 19 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



Authors — Continued. 

Jones, Samuel Arthur. 

The porcelain painter's son; a fan- 
tasy . . . Philadelphia, Boericke & 
Tafel, 1898. 126 pp. 16-. 56 

Copyright by Boericke & Tafel, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 68910, Nov. 26; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
[Kaler], James Otis. 

The capture of the laughing Mary. 
A story of three New York boys in 
1776. As set down by Eliphalet Willett 
and edited by James Otis [pseud.] 
With . . . illustrations by J. W. Davis. 
New York, A. L. Burt [1898] iv pp., 
11., 403 pp. pi. 12°. 57 

Copyright by A. L. Burt, New York. 
1898, no. 38334*, June 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 1, 1898. 

Corporal 'Lige's recruit. A story of 

Crown Point and Ticonderoga. By 
James Otis [pseud.] With . . . illus- 
trations bv J. W. Davis. New York, 
A. L. Burt [1898] 3 p. 1., 247 pp. pi. 
12°. (Young patriot series) 58 

Copyright by A. L. Burt, New York. 
1898, no. 38328 s ", June 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 1, 1898. 

Morgan, the Jersey spy. A story of 

the siege of Yorktown in 1781. By 
James Otis [pseud.] With . . . illus- 
trations by J. W. Davis. New York, 
A. L. Burt [1898] ix pp., 2 1., 220 pp. 
pi. 12-. (Young patriot series) 59 

Copyright by A. L. Burt, New York. 
1898, no. 38336*, June 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Aug. 1, 1898. 
Kansas. State board of education. 

County examination questions . . . 
January, 1898, to October, 1898. With 
answers, no. 6. Topeka, Kan., J. 
Macdonald, 1898. 12-. 60 

Copyright by John Macdonald, To- 
peka, Kan. 1898, no. 73288, Dec. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, L898. 
King, W. Nephew. 

The story of the war of 1898 . . . for 
the army, O. O. Howard . . . for the 
navy, R. D. Evans. New York, P. F. 
Collier, 1898. 321, [1] pp. illus. obi. 
fol. 61 

Copyright bv Peter Fenelon Collier, 
New York. 1898, no. 72156, Dec. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Kneeland, Frank E. 

Catalogue of the F. S. Webster com- 
pany; typewriters of all kinds, and 
our galaxy of stars . . . Boston, F. S. 
Webster co., 1898. 196 pp. illus. 8°. 

62 

Copyright by F. H. Webster co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no.' 62438, Oct. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



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Authors — Continued. 

Leonard, Lewis A. 

Tales I've heard told. New York, 
F. M. Lupton, 1898. 5-207 pp. 12°. 
(The leisure hour library v. 4, no. 204) 

63 

Copyright by Lewis A. Leonard, New 
York. 1898, no. 72572, Dec. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. pres. 

U.S. 

The words of Abraham Lincoln, for 
use in schools ; selected, arranged and 
annotated by I. Thomas . . . Chi- 
cago, Western pub. house [1898] 270 
pp. pi. port. 12 c . 64 

Copyright by Western pub. house, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 64677, Nov. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Lockwood, Prof. W. M. 

Historical, logical and philosophical 
objections to the dogmas of reincarna- 
tion and re-imbodiment ; an address be- 
fore the Philadelphia spiritualists' so- 
ciety . . . Feb. 20, 1898. [n. p., 1898] 
47 pp. 12 c . 65 

Copyright by W. M. Lockwood, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74000, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Lodge, George Cabot. 

The song of the wave, and other 
poems. New York, C. Scribuer's sons, 
1898. 1 p. 1., ix, 135 pp. 12°. 66 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 73285, Dec. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Lowell, James Russell. 

My study windows. Boston & 
New York, Houghton, Mifflin & co., 
1899 [1898] 3 p. 1., 433 pp. 12°. 67 

Contents. 

Abraham Lincoln, p. 150. 

Carlyle. p. 115. 

Chaucer, p. 227. 

Emerson, the lecturer, p. 375. 

A good word for winter, p. 24. 

A great public character, p. 83. 

Library of old authors, p. 290. 

Life and letters of James Gates Percival. 
p. 178. 

My garden acquaintance, p. 1. 

Oii a certain condescension in foreigners, 
p. 54. 

Pope. p. 385. 

Swinburne's tragedies, p. 210. 

Thoreau. p. 193. 

Copyright by Mrs. Mabel Lowell 
Burnett, Cambridge, Mass. 1898, no. 
71372, Dec. 8; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 
1898. 

Mackey, Albert G[allatin] 

[The history of freemasonry; with 
the history of its introduction and 
progress in the United States, the his- 
tory of the symbols of freemasonry, 



Authors — Continued. 

Mackey, Albert G[allatin] — Continued, 
and the history of the A. A. Scottish 
rite, by W. R. Singleton.] v. 2, pts. 
5-6. New York, The Masonic historv 
co. [1898] 2 pts. pi. port. 4°. 

68,69 

Copyright bv The Masonic history 

co., New York. * 1898, nos. 56236, 56237, 

Sept. 26; 2 copies each rec'd Sept. 26, 

1898. 

Massey, Richard W. 

. . . The Massey method of teaching 
practical bookkeeping by actual busi- 
ness transactions . . . Birmingham, 
Ala., Columbus, Ga. [etc.] Roberts & 
son, 1898. 256 pp. port. 8°. 70 

Copyright bv R. AY. Massey, Colum- 
bus, Ga. 1898^ no. 49134, Aug. 20; 1 
copy rec'd Oct. 28, 1898; 1 copv rec'd 
Oct. 29, 1898. 

Michigan. Supreme court. 

Michigan reports ; cases decided . . . 
from March 10 to May 25, 1897. J. A. 
Brooks . . . reporter, v. 112. 1st ed. 
Chicago, Callaghan & co., 1898. 8°. 

71 

Copyright by Washington Gardner, 
sec'v of state, Michigan. 1898, no. 
70158, Dec. 2; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 
1898. 

Missouri. St. Louis and the Kansas City 
courts of appeal*. 

Cases determined . . . from April 29, 
1898, to May 30, 1898. Reported by 
J. W. North . . . and B. E. Guthrie . . . 
v. 75. Columbia, Mo., E. W. Ste- 
phens, 1898. 8°. 72 

Copyright bv Edwin W. Stephens, 
Columbia, Mo. * 1898, no. 73593, Dec. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Morehouse, George W. 

The wilderness of worlds ; a popular 
sketch of the evolution of matter from 
nebula to man and return. The life- 
orbit of a star. New York, P. Eck- 
ler, 1898. 246 pp. pi. 8°. 73 

Copyright by George W. Morehouse, 
Muskegon, Mich. 1898, no. 21996, Apr. 
6; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Morris, George. 

Laws of sexual health and happiness 
explained. The causes of sexual weak- 
ness made plain. [New York ? 1898] 
35, [1] pp. illus. pi. 12°. 74 

Copyright bv George Morris, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 56037, Sept. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 14. 

Mueller, Hermann. L. M. 

Deutsche gedichte. For high schools 
. . . Boston, Ginn & co., 1898. xii, 



11 

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Authors — Continued. 



Author 8 — Continued. 



Mueller, Hermann. L. M. — Continued. 
71 pp. 12°. (International modern 
language series) To 

Copyright by Hermann Mueller, 
Providence, R. I. 1898, no. 74010, Dec. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

New York (State) Supreme court. 

Reports of cases heard and deter- 
mined in the appellate division . . . 
M. T. Hun, reporter, v. 33. 1898. 
(Official ed.) New York & Albany, 
Banks & bros. [1898] 8°. 76 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. 1898, no. 59841. Oct. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Newcomer, Alphonso G[erald] 

Elements of rhetoric; a course in 
plain prose composition. New York, 
H. Holt & co., 1898. xi, 382 pp. 12°. 

77 
Copyright bv Henry Holt & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74650, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Nicaragua; a rich new field. 1898. 
See [Perry, Edward W.] 

North, John W. and Guthrie, Ben Eli. 
reporters. 

Missouri. St. Louis and the Kansas 
Citu courts of appeals. Cases determined 
. . . v. 75. 1898. 

The northwestern reporter v. 76 . . . 
Permanent ed. July 30-November 26, 
1898 . . . St. Paul, West pub. co., 
1898. 4 C . (National reporter system. 
State series) 78 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1898, no. 72253, Dec. 12; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 27, 1898. 

Ober, Frederick A[lbion] 

Puerto Rico and its resources . . . 
New York, D. Appleton & Co., 1899 
[1898] xi, 282 pp. pi. map. 12°. 

79 
Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 73034, Dec. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Ohio. General assembly. 

The annotated revised statutes of the 
state of Ohio; including all laws of a 
general nature in force January 1, 1900, 
by C. Bates. 2d ed. Cincinnati, W. 
H. Anderson & co., 1898. 3 v. 4°. 80-82 

Copyright by W. H. Anderson & co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 74007-74009, 
Dec. 19 ; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Our little soldiers. Abounds in fun and 

merriment, containing pictures and 

stories for the wee ones . . . written 

especially to teach and entertain young 



Our little soldiers — Continued. 

children . . . Philadelphia Na- 

ional pub. co. [1898. 138 pp.] illus. 
pi. 8°. 83 

Copyright by J. R. Jones, Philadel- 
phia. 1898. no. 42445, July 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Paine, Thomas. 

The age of reason; being an investi- 
gation of true and fabulous theology. 
New York, The Truth seeker co. [1898] 
lp. 1., xxii pp., 1 1., 194 pp. pi. port, 
facsim. 8°. 84 

With facsimile of original title page. 

Copyright by The Truth seeker co., 
New" York. 1898, no. 74017, Dec. 19; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

[Palmer, Philip C] 

How to pass an examination. Pre- 
pared expressly for use of teachers in 
reviewing for examinations. New 

Philadelphia. 0., Normal pub. co. [1898] 
84 pp. 12-. 85 

Copyright by P. C. Palmer, New 
Philadelphia, Ohio. 1898, no. 60944, 
Oct. 17; 2 copies rec'd Nov. 29, 1898. 

Parker, Francis W[ayland] and Helm, 
Nellie Lathrop. 

Playtime and seedtime. New York, 
D. Appleton & co., 1899 [1898] xviii, 
158pp.illus.pl. 12°. (Uncle Robert's 
geography ... 1) 86 

Appleton's home reading hooks. Division 
1. Natural history. 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74352, Dec. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Parmele, Mary Piatt. 

A short history of France. New 
York, C. Scribner's sons, 1898. 112 pp. 
12°. 87 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 74005, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

A short history of Germany. New 

York, C Scrib ers sons, 1898. x, 9-179 
pp. ' 88 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 74004, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

[Perry, Edward W.] 

Nicaragua; a rich new field [anon. 
Philadelphia, Nicaragua co., 1898] 48 
pp., 2 1. illus. obi. 24°. 89 

Copyright by Edward W. Perry, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 72863, Dec. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



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J u thors — C ontinued. 



Authors — Continued. 



Pentecost, George Frederick] 

The mystery of Christ. New York, 
The A. D. F. Randolph eo. [1898] 43 pp. 
12°. (Precious truths, v. 1. no. 10) 

90 
Copyright by The A. D. F. Randolph 
co., New York. 1898, no. 73606, Dec. 17 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart. 

See [Ward], Elizabeth Stuart Phelps 
(Mrs. Herbert Dickinson Ward) 

Powell, William M. 

Saunders' pocket medical formulary 
. . . 5th ed . . . revised. Phila- 
delphia, W. B. Saunders. 1899. xii, 290 
pp. 16°. 91 

Copyright by W. B. Saunders, Phila- 
delphia. 1898. no. 60256, Oct. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

The Providence and Rhode Island regis- 
ter and business directory for 1899. v. 
15 . . . Providence, R. I., Sampson, 
Murdock & co., 1898. 8°. 92 

Copyright by Sampson, Murdock & 
co., Providence. 1898, no. 74100, Dec. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Roberts, James A. 

New York in the Revolution as col- 
ony and state; these records were dis- 
covered, arranged, and classified in 
1895, 1896, 1897, and 1898. 2ded. Al- 
bany, N. Y., Brandow priut. co., 1898. 
534 pp. port, facsim. map. fol. 93 

Copyright by Brandow printing co., 
Albany. 1898, no. 54781, Sept. 19; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2,1899. 

Rowlands, Walter. 

Celebrated paintings by noted mas- 
ters. Boston. Soule photograph co., 
1898. 128 pp. 8°. 94 

Interleaved. 

Copyright by Soule photograph co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 70515, Dec. 5; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Select New York. 

See The Albertype co. 

Sharp & Alleman. comp. 

Sharp & Alleman co.'s Lawyers' and 
bankers' directory for 1899, January ed. 
. . . Published annually . . . Phila- 
delphia, Sharp & Alleman, 1899. 8°. 

95 
Copyright by Sharp & Alleman co., 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 73096, Dec. 15; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Sheldon's jobbing and manufacturing 
trades, containing jobbers in dry goods 
. . . arranged in states and cities . . . 
also office classification under respec- 



Sheldon's jobbing and manufacturing 

trades — Continued, 
tive branches of business. [1899] 
New York, J. D. Sheldon & co., 1899. 
24°. 96 

Copyright by J. D. Sheldon & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 65562, Nov. 8 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

| Smith, F. A. 

Standard turn outs on American rail- 
roads; with introduction by J. M. 
Meade and W. H. Cafirey. Chicago, 
Roadmaster and foreman, 1899 [1898] 
5 p. 1., 41 pp. illus. pi. obi. 32°. 97 

Copyright by B. S. Wasson & co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 67896, Nov. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

[Smith, Henry Townsend] 

Manual of Westchester county, past 
and present. Civil list to date' 1898 
White Plains, N. Y., H. T. 
Smith, 1898. 300 pp. port. 8°. 98 
Copyright bv Henrv Townsend 
Smith, New Rochelle, N.'Y. 1898, no. 
14043, Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 
1898. 

[Southworth, J. R. ed.] 

El estado de Sinaloa, Mexico. Sus 
industri-as comerciales, mineras y 
manufactureras. Obra publicada bajo 
las direcciones del gobierno del estado 
. . . [San Francisco, The Hicks- 
Judd co.] 1898. 102 pp. illus. fol. 

99 

Copyright by J. R. Southworth, San 
Francisco. 1898, no. 57921, Oct. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Spears, John R[andolph] 

The history of our navy from its 
origin to the end of the war with Spain, 
1775-1898 ... v.5. New York, C. 
Scribner's sons, 1899 [1898] illus. map. 
8°. 100 

Copyright by Charles Scribner'ssons, 
New York. 1898, no. 74653, Dec. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Sprague, Frank H 

Spiritual consciousness. Wollaston, 
Mass, F. H. Sprague, 1898. 238 pp. 8°. 

101 
Copyright by Frank H. Sprague, 
U. S. 1898, no. 73597, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Stanley, Edmund, and Taylor, A[lbert] 
R. 

Apple blossoms, and other stories; 
compiled for culture and nature studies 
as outlined in the course of study for 
the public schools of Kansas. Chi- 



13 

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Authors — Continued. 

Stanley, Edmund, and Taylor, A[lbert] 
R. — Continued. 

cago, Scott, Foresman & co., 1898. 210 
pp. 12°. 102 

Copyright by Scott. Foresman &co., 
Chicago. 1898,' no. 73595, Dec. 17; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Starr, Frederick. 

American Indians. Boston, D. C. 

Heath & co., 1899 [1898] x, 227 pp. 
illus. pi. maps. 12 c . (Ethno-geo- 
graphic reader, no. 2) 103 

Copyright by Frederick Starr, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no'. 74012, Dec. 19 : 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Stebbins, Charles M. 

The new and true religion. 3d ed., 
1898. Hartsdale, N. Y., C. M. Steb- 
bins, 1898. 1 p. 1., 423 pp. 12°. 104 

Copyright by Charles M. Stebbins, 
Hartsdale, N. Y. 1898, no. 39832, July 
1; 1 copy rec'd June 30, 1898; 1 copy 
rec'd Nov. 17, 1898. 

Steele, Joel Dorman, and Steele, Esther 
Baker. 

A brief history of the United States. 
New York, Cincinnati [etc.] Amer. 
bk.co. [1898] 1 p.L, 364 pp. illus. 
pi. maps. 8°. (Barnes's historical 
series} 105 

Copyright by Amer. bk. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 66905, Nov. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Stowe, Harriet [Elizabeth] Beecher. 

Little Pussy Willow. Also, The 
minister's watermelons . . . Bos- 

ton, Houghton, Mifflin & co. [1899] 2 
p. 1., 161 pp. illus. 12°. 106 

Copyright by Charles E. Stowe, 
Simsburg, Conn. 1898, no. 74018, Dec. 
19 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Strieker, Louis. 

The crystalline lens system. Its 
embryology, anatomy, physiological 
chemistry, physiology . . . with a con- 
sideration of aphakia. Cincinnati? 
1899 [1898] 599 pp. 8°. 107 

Copyright bv Louis Strieker, Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 62449, Oct. 24; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Sweetser, Pembrook & co. 

Treatise on wash fabrics. New 
York, New York art co., 1898. [26 pp.] 
illus. pi. fol. 108 

Copyright by Sweetser, Pembrook 
& co., New York. 1898, no. 74887, Dec. 
22; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



Authors — Continued. 

Syle, L[ouis] Dupout. 

Essays in dramatic criticism; with 
impressions of some modern plays. 
New York, \V. R. Jenkins [1898] * 5 
p. 1., 161 pp. 16°. 109 

Copyright by L. Dupont Syle, Oak- 
land, Cal. 1898, no. 62131, Oct. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Noy. 16, 1898, 

Tate, J[ohn] C, and Tate, F[rank] C. 

Tate's atlas of Des Moines and plat 
directory to additions, subdivisions, 
and official plats in Des Moines, Iowa. 
. . . Completed to January 1, 1899. 
Des Moines, Iowa, J. C. & F. C. Tate 
[1898] [13] pp. map. [35] plans, 
fol. 110 

Copyright by J. C. Tate & F. C. Tate, 
Des Moines, Iowa. 1898, no. 72165, Dec. 
12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Taylor, R. J. 

A treatise on the adjustment and 
management of lost claims . . . For 
the exclusive use of the special agents 
and adjusters of the Continental insur- 
ance co., of N. Y. [New York] Con- 
tinental press, 1898. 130, [10] pp. 16°. 

Ill 

Copyright by The Continental insur- 
ance co., of New York. 1898, no. 62844, 
Oct. 26; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Thayer, Bev. E. W. of Springfield, III. 

The bloody sacrifice . . . Spring- 
field, 111., H. W. Rokker co. pub. house, 
1898. vi pp., 11., 183 pp. 8°. 112 

Copyright by E. W. Thayer. Spring- 
field, 111. 1898, no. 35586, June 10; 1 
copy rec'd July 25, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd 
Sept. 29, 1898. 

Tolstoi, L[iov] N[ikolaevich] graf 

The noyels and other works of Lyof 
N. Tolstoi ... v. 1. New York, C. 
Scribner's sons, 1899 [1898] port. 8°. 

113 

Contents. 
v. 1. War and peace, [v. 1] 

Copyright by Thomas Y. Crowell & 
co., New York. " 1898, no. 73596, Dec. 17 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 17. 1898. 

United States. Supreme court. 

United States reports, v. 171; cases 
adjudged ... at October term, 1897, 
and October term, 1898. J. C. B. Davis, 
i reporter. New York & Albany, 

Banks & bros., 1898. 8°. 114 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. 1898, no. 74875, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

J Very, Lydia L[ouisa] A[nna] 

A strange disclosure ; a tale of New 
England life; illustrations by the 



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Authors — Continued. 

Very, Lydia L[ouisa] A[nna]— Cont'd. 
author. Boston, J. H. Earle [1898] 
217 pp. pi. 12°. 115 

Copyright by Lydia L. A. Very, Sa- 
lem, Mass. 1898, no. 72606, Dec. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 26, 1898. 

[Ward] Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. (Mrs. 
Herbert Dickinson Ward.) 

The silent partner. Boston, Hough- 
tou, Mifflin & co. [1899] 302 pp. 12°. 

116 

Copyright by Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart 

Phelps Ward, Newton Centre, Mass. 

1898, no. 71367, Dec. 8; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 

Weayer, Addie Guthrie. 

The story of our flag, colonial and 
national, with historical sketch of the 
Quakeress Betsy Ross . . . Chi- 
cago, A. G. Weaver [1898] 77 pp. illus. 
pi. 8°. 117 

Copyright by Addie Guthrie Weaver, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 69731, Nov. 30 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Whipple, Edwin P[ercy] 

Literature and life. Boston and 
New York, Houghton, Mifflin & co., 
1899 [1898] 344 pp. 12°. 118 

Copyright by Mrs. Charlotte B. 
Whipple, Boston. 1898, no. 71366, Dec. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Whitcomb, Merrick. 

A literary source-book of the Italian 

. Renaissance. Philadelphia, Dept. of 

history, University of Pa., 1898. 2 p. 

. 1., 118 pp. 8°. 119 

Copyright bv Merrick Whitcomb, 

Philadelphia. 1898, no. 70349, Dec. 3; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Wilson, L[ucy] L[angdon] W[illiams] 
United. States history in elementary 
schools; teachers' manual. New 

York and London, The Macmillan co., 
1899 [1898] ix, 53 pp. 16°. 120 

Copyright bv The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1898, no. 73284, Dec. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Woodburn, J[ames Albert] 

The making of the Constitution, a 
syllabus of " Madison's Journal of the 
Constitutional convention/' together 
with a few outlines based on "The 
federalist." Chicago, Scott, Fores- 
man & co., 1898. 1 p. 1., vii, 3-40 pp., 1 1. 
8 C . 121 

Copyright bv Scott, Foresman & co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 74873, Dec. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Zaner, C[harles] P[axton] 

The road to sketching from nature ; 
an aid to the beginner, a stimulus to 
the amateur; for home students, class 
use, and reference. Columbus, O., 
Zanerian art college [1898] [60] pp. 
illus. pi. obi. 16°. 122 

Copyright by Zanerian art college, 
Columbus, O. 1898, no. 74649, Dec, 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Zearing, Marguerite. 

Hasta luego, amigo mio ; and, Out of 
the silent forever; illustrated by F. P. 
Sauerwen and A. May. Denver, Col., 
W. H. Kistler&co., 1898. 38 pp. illus. 
port. 12°. 123 

Copyright by Marguerite Zearing, 
Denver. 1898, no. 73346, Dec. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



I. BOOKS— (2) MISCELEjANEOUS. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

American (The) church calendar of festi- 
vals and fasts of the church year, 1899. 

1 
Copyright by George W. Jacobs & 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, no. 4054, Jan. 8; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 



18 D. 



Instruction 
2 



Arithmetic; sec. 4, 
paper, 2d ed. 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1898, no. 70550, Dec. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Arithmetic; sec. 5, 18 E. Instruction 

paper, 2d ed. 3 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton. 1898, no. 71109, Dec. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



sec. 6, 18 F. 



ed. 



Instruction paper, 2d 
4 



Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1898, no. 71901, Dec. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



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BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS) -Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Brief (A) history of the Spanish- Amer- 
ican war of 1898; compiled by George 
Baxter. 5 

Copy right by George Baxter, Detroit. 
1898, no. 70521, Dec. 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 10, 1898. 

Ceramic art material. 6 

Copyright hv John W. Hashurg, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 67101. Nov. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Christ (Josiah Albert). The American 

sweepstake. 7 

Copyright by Josiah A. Christ, Pine- 

groverPa. 1898, no. 74359, Dec, 20; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Complete (A) inductive course in the 
Beale best shorthand; lesson 1. 8 

Copyright by Charles Currier Beale 
and Cora Elizabeth Burbank, Boston. 
1898, no. 72082, Dec. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Nov. 3, 1898. 

Constitution and by-laws of the Kansas 

benevolent association. 9 

Copyright by W. O. Warner. Meriden, 

Kans." 1898, no. 67275, Nov. 17; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Cooperative (The) endowment society of 
America. 10 

Copyright by Max A. Lange, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 71105, Dec. 7; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Cushimatic shoes: the coolest shoe in 
summer, the warmest shoe in winter, 
the easiest shoe all year. 11 j 

Copyright by Harry French Eeed, j 
Indianapolis. 1898.no. 72184, Dec. 12; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

Danger signals ! The human eve and its 

defects. 12 

Copyright by George Mayerle, San 

Francisco. 1898, no. 74885, Dec. 22; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Dee (The)tees; you can have 'em for ten 

cents. 13 

Copyright bv Eobert Eudd Whiting, 

Princeton, N. J. 1898, no. 68183, Nov. 

22; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 8, 1898. 

Deferred annuities. 14 

Copyright by Washington life insur- j 
ance co., New York. 1898, no. 67644, 
Nov. 19; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Electricity (The correspondence school 

of). Circular of information. 15 

Copyright bv Colliery eng. co., 

Scranton. 1898, no. 71900, Dec. 10; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 
Full information for the erection and 



management of Baker 
Eev.ed. 1899. 



car heaters. 
16 



Copyright bv William C. Baker. New 
York/ 1898, no. 74358, Dec. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Harris (John N.) A business man's com- 
pendium of the national bankruptcy 
law; Nov. 1,1898. 17 

Copyright bv John Norman Harris, 
New York. 1898, no. 67890, Nov. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Home study in textile manufacturing. 
Catalogue. (The American correspond- 
ence school of textiles.) 18 
Copyright bv Christopher P. Brooks, 
Lowell, Mass. * 1898. no. 71908, Dec. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Humphreys (Frederick). Specific man- 
ual for the administration of specifics 
in the cure of disease. 19 

Copyright by Humphreys' homoe- 
opathic medicine co., New York. 1898, 
no. 64359, Nov. 2; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 14, 
1898. 

Jahn (Carl G.) Eeports of cases argued 
and determined in the circuit court of 
Ohio. v. 16. Dec. 19, 1898. no. 19. 

20 
Copyright bv Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 1898, no. 74656, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 
Johns' (H. W.) wood stains, for staining 
painted or unpainted surfaces. 21 

Copyright by H. W. Johns' mfg. co., 
- New York. 1898, no. 72828, Dec. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Krehbiel (H. E.) Schubert's mueller- 
lieder; notes of history and narrative, 

22 
Copyright by H. M. Hirschberg, New 
York. 1898, no. 73059, Dec. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 
List of architects, no. 104, Architects, 
Nov., 1898. 23 

Copyright by Buyer's reference co., 
New York. 1898, no. 73099, Dee. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 
Mahan (A. T.) The mutual relations of 
army and navy in transmarine war and 
in colonial policy, as illustrated by the 
Cuban campaign of 1898. 24 

Copyright bv B. S. Peale and J. A. 
Hill, New York. 1898, no. 74673, Dec. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 
Offertory (The) calendar. - 25 

Copyright by Offertory calendar co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 66453, *Nov. 14 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14. 1898. 



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BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Patterson (C. 0.) Force and matter. 

26 
Copyright by Charles O. Patterson, 
Latham, Kans! 1898, no. 72820, Dec. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 
Qualitative analysis ; pt. 1, 200 A. Ques- 
tion paper, 1st ed. 27 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1898, no. 67420, Nov. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 21, 1898. 
Eoss (G.) The boys of '98: a calendar 
for '99. . 28 
Copyright by Alexander M. Robert- 
son, San Francisco. 1898, no. 65814. 
Nov. 10; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 
Secret (The) of multiplication ; rules for 
playing. 29 
Copyright by H. T. Baird, Detroit. 
1898/no. 63244, Oct. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 
Shepard's national system of adhesive an- 
notations; supplement to v. 120, Cali- 
fornia decisions. 30 
Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no.^73665, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 17, 1898. 
Simplex (The) system: a simple method 
of acquiring a "good business hand." 

31 
Copvright by John Edward Orr, Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 1898, no. 65563, Nov. 8 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 
Smoker's (The) calendar; for all times 
and climes. 32 

Copyright by G. Radford Kelso, New 
York. 1898, no. 68365, Nov. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14. 1898. 
Souvenir calendar ; Bennington, Vt., 1899. 

33 
Couyright by M. E.Watson, Benning- 
ton, Vt. 1898^ no. 70310, Dec. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 6, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 



Study (A) in milk cans. 
Copyright by Chas. 



H. Jacobs, De- 



troit. 1898, no. 72583, Dec. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

[Thomas] a' Kempis calendar, 1899. 35 
Copvright bv Alice R. Quigley, Bal- 
timore'. 1898. no. 17562, Mar. 15 ; *2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec.'lO, 1898. 

Training department, circular of infor- 
mation of the correspondence school oi 
mechanics; question paper. 3( 

Copvright bv Colliery engineer co. 
Scranton. 1898, no. 72178, Dec. 12: 
copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Twentieth century launches. 37 

Copyright by Racine boat mfg. co., 
Racine, Wis. 1898, no. 74676, Dec. 21; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Webster's calendar; or, The Albany alma- 
nac for the year of our Lord, 1899. 

38 
Copyright by Charles Munsell, Al- 
bany. " 1898, no. 60313, Oct. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 



Wells (Douglas). On the 



firing line. 
39 



Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1898, no. 72862, Dec. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Witmark (The) annual. 40 

Copvright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1898, no. 72719, Dec. 13; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 13, 



You speak an untruth. 41 

Copyright by Robert E. Aiken, Mont- 
gomery City, Mo. 1898, no. 66812, Nov. 
15 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



I.-BOOK8-(3) NEWSPAPER ANO MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term " Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphahetically hy 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Adelina Patti, the incomparable diva. 

1 
Copvright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 73704, Dec. 17 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Anxious about Don Carlos. 2 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 73698, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Anxious to kill liberalism. 3 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no! 73370, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Approves the liberal school. 4 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 73695, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Atzpodien (Paul). Briefe eines Berliners 

ana Amerika. 5 

Copyright by Press pub co., Lincoln, 

Nebr. * 1898, no. 73361, Dec. 16: 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Straefling; numnier 1003. lib Dam- 

fino. [Pseud.] 6 

Copyright bv Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. " 1*9*. no. 73360. Dec. 16: 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Was der major erzaehlte. 7 

Copyright bv Press pub. co., Liucoln, 
Nebr.' 1898, no. 73362, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15. 1898. 

Back again in Stockholm. 8 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898, no! 73374, Dec. 16 : 2 copies 
reed Dec. 15, 1898. 

Baierlein (J.) Der Pinkus von Pirk: er : 

zaehlung. 9 

Copyright bv Press nub. co., Lincoln, 

Nebr/ 1898,no. 73216. Dec. 16: 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Belgium's plan of protection. 10 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no'! 73694, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Best (The) dressed woman in New York. 

11 
Copyright bv W. R. Hearst. New 
York. 1898, no.^73669, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Blames the American tariff. 12 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no! 73693. Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 
Carlists are losiug. 13 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no! 73703. Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Chicago boys in Havana. 14 

Copyright bv Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1898, no! 73367, Dec. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Claims a cure for consumption. 15 

Copyright bv Chicago record. Chica- 
go. 1898, no. 73696, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Curling (The) season. 16 

Copyright by American press ass'n. 
New York. 1898, no. 73706, Dec. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Daisy May aud the holidays. 17 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 73707, Dec. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

12592— Yol. 18, No. 1 2 



Titles— Continued. 

Desire to revise the duties. 18 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1898, no. 73371, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Dewey may return. 19 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1898. no. 73107, Dec. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Division of African territory. 20 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1898. no. 73372, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15. 1898. 

Dying from hunger in Madrid. 21 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1898, no. 73701. Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Explanation from the Pope. 22 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chica- 
go. 1898, no. 73110, Dec. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Fielding (Howard). An artist and her 

aunty. 23 

Copyright by Howard Fielding, U. S. 

1898. no. 73704. Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 17, 1898. 

Flood damage in St. Petersburg. 24 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
, go. 1898. no. 73108, Dec. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

' For a new commercial territory. 25 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73365, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Francis Joseph is grateful. 26 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73114, Dec. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 



German colonization in Africa, 



27 



Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 73366, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Germany's sympathy on the side of Spain. 

28 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. * 1898, no. 74390, Dec. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

j Go from ship to camp. 29 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 73702, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Hard work in Paris. 30 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no! 73368, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Has an audience with Kuang Hsu. 31 
Copyright hv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. *1898,no.*73113,Dec.lo; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14, 



Hirsch (Jenny). Der amtmann von 
Rapshagen: roraan, von F. Arnefeldt. 
[pseud.] 32 

Copyright hv Press pub. co. , Lincoln, 
Nehr. * 1898, no. 73217, Dec. 16; 2 conies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Is man a million years old ? 33 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no. 73673, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

King Oscar's fruitless veto. 34 I 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no.73369, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 
Kipling (Rudyard). An unsavory inter- 
lude. 35 
Copyright by Rudyard Kipling, Lon- 
don. 1898, no.' 74859, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Loeifel (Gustav). Mutterliebe erzaeh- 

lung. 36 

Copyright by Press pub co.. Lincoln, 

Nebr. 1898, no. 73214, Dec. 16 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

May deceive the Spanish. 37 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no! 73373, Dec. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec ; d Dec. 15, 1898. 

New (A) 10,000 miles cable to Guam and | 
the Philippines. 38 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no. 73675, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Noisy scene in Paris. 39 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no.' 73111, Dec. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

None safe in Havana. 40 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no! 73375, Dec. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Offener schreibebrief von Philip Sauer- 
ampfer's vetter, John Stramper, St. 
Juan de Portorico, 1 Dec, 1898. 41 

Copyright by H. H. Coleman, Mil- 
waukee. 1898, no. 73679, Dec, 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 17, 1C 



Our envoy gets light on English feeling. 

42 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1898, no. 74391, Dec. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 



Our Paris fashion letter. 43 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 73705, Dec. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Photographic odds and ends and curiosi- 
ties of the news of the week. 44 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no! 73674, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17. 1898. 

Pleased at America's advance. 45 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73699, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Pleases the British. 46 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73364, Dec. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Pleases the kaiser. 47 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 73109, Dec. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14. 1898. 



Real (A) little Cinderella in real life. 



48 



Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no. 73666, Dec. 17; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Reuss (Zoe von). Das "bischen:" 

weihnachtserzaehlung. 49 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 

Nehr. 1898, no. 73215, Dec. 16; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Romance (A) of Tammany Hall, the 

" 400," and the French nobility. ' 50 

Copyright bv W. R. Hearst, New 

York. 1898, no. 73668, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Some women of Washington. [Sunday 
times-herald, Chicago, Nov. 20, 1898.] 

51 
Copyright by Mrs. Florence Adele 
Chase, Washington. 1898, no. 65190, 
Nov. 7; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Spaniards glad to have peace. 52 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73115, Dec. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec, 14, 1898. 

Stomach (The) scrubbed clean with a 
brush. 53 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no. 73670, 1 >ec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Threaten to close silk mills. 54 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73700, Dec. 17; 2 conies 
rec'd Dec. 16, ls!)s. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Three women poisoners. 55 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New- 
York. 1898, no . 73672, Dec. 17; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Threw his wife overboard in a gale off 
Cape Horn by mistake. 56 

Copyright bv W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no. 73671, Dec. 17; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

To benefit an orphanage. 57 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73112, Dec. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 

star, Dec. 12,1898.) 58 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 73117, Dec. 

15; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Dec.13, 1898. 59 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 73376, Dec. 
16 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Urgent (An) message. 60 

Copyright by American press assn., 
New York. 1898, no. 73708, Dec. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Wasmer (Mrs. Ella von). Ein weik- 
nachtsmaerchen. 61 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 73363, Dec. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Zeal for expansion. 62 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 73697, Dec. 17; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

100,000 American women to fight the 
Mormon Congressman. 63 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no. 73667, Dec. 17; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Boheme (La). 4 acts. Libretto by G. J 
Giacosa and L. Illica; English version j 
by W. Grist and P. Pinkerton ; music 
by G. Puccini. 1 L 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & co., Milan. ! 
1898, no. 69151, Nov. 28; 2 copies rec'd | 
Nov. 28, 1898. 

Hellenika ; a Greek pantomime, by Mabel 
Hay Barrows. 2 

Copyright by Mabel Hay Barrows, 
Dorchester, Mass. 1898, no. 61546, Nov. 
3; 2 typewritten copies rec'd Dec. 15, 
1898. 

John March, preacher; a timely drama 
of the times, by Jay William Hudson. 

3 

Copyright by Jay William Hudson, 

Santa Rosa, Cal. 1898, no. 74369, Dec. 

' 20; 2 typewritten copies rec'd Dec. 20, 

1898. 

Lost (The) paradise; emotional melo- 
drama, in 5 acts, adapted from the Ger- j 
mau, by Lorin Jasper Howard. 4 

Copyright by Howard & Doyle, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 48035, Aug. 15; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 



Titles — Contiuued. 

On the Suwanee river. By W. E. Sterling. 

5 

Copyright bv Mrs. Marie Wellesley 

Sterling, Camden, N. J. 1898, no. 72587, 

Dec. 13 ; 2 typewritten copies rec'd Dec. 

14, 1898. 

Pair (A) of misfits ; a farce, in 1 act, by 

Alexander H. Laidlaw, jr. 6 

Copyright by Alexander H. Laidlaw, 

jr., New York.' 1898, no. 64872, Nov. 5 ; 

2 typewritten copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Return (The) of Chow Tow; a musical 
farce, in 1 act, by F. H. Mead and T. D. 
Beasley. 7 

Copyright bv F. H. Mead and T. D. 
Beasley, Berkeley, Cal. 1898, no. 71456, 
Dec. 8; 2 typewritten copies rec'd Dec. 
15, 1898. 



20 
III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Titles. 



Jan., 

1 



American ecclesiastical review 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 

Copyright by American ecclesiastical 
review co., New York. 1898, no. 70397. 

American queen. Jan., 1899. (Eec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 2 

Copyright bv American queen, New 
York. 1898, no\ 45491. 

Annals of surgery. Jan.. 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899.) 3 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 74068. 

Appleton's popular science monthly. 
Jan., 1899. (Eec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 4 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 58417. 

Architecture and building. Dec. 31, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 5 

Copyright by W. T. Comstock, New 
York. 1898, no. 60084. 

Baptist union. Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1899.) 6 

Copyright by Baptist young people's 
union, Chicago. 1898, no. 58053. 

Boston daily globe. Jan. 1, 1S99. (Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1899.) 7 

Jan. 2. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 

8 

Jan. 3, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1899.) 

9 
Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 
1898, nos. 59693-59695. 

Bradstreet's. Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 
1899.) 10 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 
York." 1898, no". 3002. 



Titles — Continued. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. Dec. 
31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 15 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41008. 

Cycling gazette. Dec. 29, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 16 

Copyright bv Emil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 1898, no. 38906. 



Dry goods economist. Dec. 31, 

(Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 17 

Copyright by Textile pub. co., New 
York." 1898. no. 39982. 

Electrical engineer. Dec. 29, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 18 

Copvright bv Electrical engineer, 
New York. 1898, no. 41101. 

Engineering-record. Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 19 

Copvright bv Engineering record, 
New York. 1898, no. 71185. 



Catholic news. Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
3,1899.) 11 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1897, no. 73269. 

Chicago dry goods reporter. Dec. 31, 1898. 
(Rec'd J an. 2, 1899.) 12 

Copyright by Dry goods reporter co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 67333. 

Christian science weekly. Dec. 29, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 13 

Copyright by Mary Baker G. Eddy, 
Concord, N. H. 1898, no. 62220. 

Clubwoman. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 
1899.) 14 

Copyright by M. T. Pritchard, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 56744. 



Evening post. Dec. 30, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
2, 1899.) 20 

Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 

21 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 
New York. 1898, nos. 69997-69998. 

Farm implement news. Dec. 29, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 22 

Copvright bv Farm implement news 
co., Chicago. 1898, no. 69288. 

Happy days. Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
5,1899.) 23 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1898, no. 70949. 

Harness gazette. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 

Jan. 5, 1899. 24 

Copyright by Theodore J. Moury, 
Rome, N. Y. 1898, no. 71938. 

Harper's round table. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 25 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
Y T ork. 1898, no. 55327. 

Jewish comment. Dec. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899.) , 26 

Copyright by Max Myers and David 

G. Rosenstock, Baltimore, Md. 1898,no. 

74185. 

Journal of the American medical ass'n. 
Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 

27 
Copyright by American medical 
ass'n., Chicago. 1898, no. 63845. 



21 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Journal of the United States artillery. 
Sept.-Oct.. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 

28 
Copyright by Jno. P. Wisser, Ft. Mon- 
roe, Va. 1898, no. 14659. 



Judge. Jan. 7, 1899. 
1899.) 
Copyright by Judge pub. co.. New 
1898. no. 58432. 



York. 



Jan., 1899. 



(Rec'd Jan. 
42 



Metropolitan 
2, 1899.) 

Copyright by James A. Xocton, 
New York. 1898, no. 61280. 



Jan., 1899. 



(Rec'd Jan. 3, 
43 



Monist. 
1899.) 

Copyright by Open court pub. co 
Chicago, 111. 1898, no. 73324. 



(Rec'd Jan. 2, 
29 



Leslie's w»»'dv. Jan. 5, 1899. (Reed 
Jan. 3, 1899.) 30 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1898,no.58458. 

Library bulletin, v. 1, no. 7. (Rec'd Jan. 

2, 1899.) 31 

v. 1, no. 8. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 32 

v. 1, no. 9. ( Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. ) 33 

v. 1, no. 10. (Rec'd J an. 2, 1899. ) 34 

v. 1, no. 11. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 35 

Copyright by H. Parmalee library co., 

Chicago, 111. 1898, nos. 72918-72922. 

McCall's magazine. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 36 

Copyright by McCall co., New York. 
1898, no. 67516. 

Machinery. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 
1899.) 37 

Copyright bv Industrial press, New 
York. 1898, no. 13694. 

Medical record. Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 38 

Copyright by Wm. Wood & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 580S8. 

Medical review of reviews. Dec. 25, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 5, 1899.) 39 

Copyright by Medical review of re- 
views, New York. 1898, no. 45264. 

Men and matters. Nov., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 40 

Copyright by Mary Evans, New 
Orleans, La. 1898, no 71759. 

Mercantile adjuster. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899.) 41 

Copyright by Mercantile adjuster 
pub. co., New York. 1898, no. 64699. 



Titles — Continued. 

Musical age. Dec. 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
3, 1899.) 44 

Copyright by Harry Edward Freund, 
New York. 1898, no. 67443. 

National police gazette. Jan. 14, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 5, 1899.) 45 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 
York. 1898, no. 43453. 



National provisioner. Dec. 31, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 46 

Copyright by Joseph H. Senner, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 67509. 

New crusade. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
2, 1899.) 47 

Copyright by Wood-Allen pub. co., 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 1898, no. 9812. 

New England magazine. Jan., 1899. 



(Rec'd Jan. 4, 1899.) 

Copyright by AVarren F. Kello< 
Boston. 1898, no. 48662. 



48 



New York medical journal. Dec. 31,1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 4, 1899.) 49 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co.,New 
York. 1898, no. 57383. 

New Yorker abendblatt. Dec. 30, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 50 

Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 

51 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1898, nos. 2155, 
2156. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. Dec. 31.1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 52 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1898, no. 1849. 

Official railway equipment register. Jan., 

1899. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1899.) 53 

Copyright by Railway equipment 

and pub. co., New York. 1898, no. 

73403. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Jan. 1. 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 54 

Jan. 2, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 

55 

Jan. 3, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1899.) 

56 

Jan. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1899.) 

57 

Jan. 5, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1899.) 

58 
Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, nos. 51125- 
51129. 

Pilgrim of Our Lady of martyrs. Jan., 
1899. (Rec'd Jam2, 1899.) 59 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 1898, no. 71745. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 






Titles — Continued. 

Pluck and luck. Jan. 4, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 60 

Copyright by Frank Tousev, New 
York. " 1898, no. 70941. 

Popular educator. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899.) 61 

Copyright by Educational pub. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 71936. 

Primary education. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 62 

Copyright bv Educational pub. co.. 
Boston. 1898, no. 71937. 

Saturday evening post. Dec. 31, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 63 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898^ no. 68964. 

School journal. Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 64 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 10337. 

Sendbote. Jan.. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 
1899.) 65 

Copyright by Franciscan fathers, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 74055. 



Titles — Continued. 

Standard. Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 
1899.) 66 

Copyright by James A. Nocton, New 
York. 1898, no. 61274. 

Sun. Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

67 
Copyright bv Sun printing and pub. 
ass'n, New York. 1898, no. 1536. 

Superintendent and foreman. Jan. 3, 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 68 

Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 71677. 

Work and win. Jan. 6, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
5,1899.) 69 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1898, no. 70957. 

Young Klondike. Jan. 4, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1899.) 70 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1898, no. 70952. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS A1STD COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

After school; bv Ralph Evarts. Piano. 

1 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 73456, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16 3 1898. 



All aboard! By Ralph Evarts. Piano. 

2 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson to., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 73454, Dec. 16: 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

All bound round with a woolen string. 
By Charles Searnon. (Vocal.) 3 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 73144, Dec. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 15, J ~ 



Titles — Continued. 

Ainore del cuore (Heart's love). Waltzes 
for piano, by E. P. Snider. 5 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. " 1898, no. 73799, Dec. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Amours (Les) de l'araignee et de la 
moucke (The love of the spider and the 
fly). Caprice for the piano, by Pierre 
Girompini. 6 

Copvright bv John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 73436, Dec. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 16, 



All hail to our flag! Patriotic song. 
Words by Clellan W.Fisher; music by 
Harriet Adams Conrad. 4 

Copyright by Harriet Adams Conrad. 
Worcester, Mass. 1898, no. 72596, Dec. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 13, 1898. 



Arise, shine! Anthem for Christmas; for 
solo and chorus with organ. Music by 
F.C. Maker; edited by II. W. Xicholl. 

7 
Copyright by G. Sch inner. New York. 
1898, no. 72941. Dec. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

'.'Awake up, my glory.*' Anthem for 
mixed voices and organ. Music by W. 
G. Wood ; edited by II. W. Xicholl. 8 
Copyright by G. Schirraer, New York. 
1898, no. 72930, Dec L4: 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14,1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Barcarolle ohimerique. Poemeetmusique 
de Gabriel Montova. Paris. Alphonse 
Leduc. 9 

Copy right by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1898, no. 73278, Dec. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Per. 16, 1898. 

Behold, lining you good tidings. Anthem 
for Christmas. Music by Frederick 
Peel; edited by H. W. Nicholl. 10 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 72948, Dec. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Benedicite, omnia opera. Set to a quad- 
ruple chant; by G. F. Wrigley. 11 
Copyright by No Velio & co.. ltd.. Lon- 
don. 1898, no. 72809. Dec. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Blessed be the Lord God of Israel. An- 
them for Christmas-tide. Music by J. 
Barnby; edited by H. W. Nicholl. 
New York, G. Schirmer. 12 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no, 72943, Dec. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Bona-fide (The) traveller. An action 
song for temperance societies and con- 
certs. Words by A. J. Foxwell; music 
by C. Hutchins Lewis. London, J. 
Carwen & sons. 13 

Copyright by J. Curwen & sons, Lon- 
don. '1897, no. 67137, Dec. 3: 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

Bonum est. Anthem, bv C. C. Stearns. 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 73442, Dec. 
16 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 16.. 1898. 

Burschenchor. Gedicht v. Ludw. Pfau; 
fiir mannerchore, von Gottfried An- 
gerer : op. 75. Leipzig, Luckhardt's 
musik-verlag. 15 

Copyright by Luckhardt's musik- 
verlag. Leipzig. 1898, no. 73230, Dec. 
16: 2 copies rec'd Dec. 1.6, 1898. 

Busy bee waltz ; by Ealpk Evarts. Piano. 

16 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 73455, Dec, 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec, 16, 1898. 



Caprice aerien, pour piano, par Albert 
Landry: op. 146. Paris, Heugel et 
cie. 17 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1898. no. 73025,' Dec, 15: 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, " 



Titles — Continued. 

Celle qui passe. Poesie de Francis Viele- 
Griffin; musique de Jane Vieu. So- 
prano on tenor, 101646. Milan, Italy, 
G. Eicordi & co. 18 

Copyright by G. Eicordi & co., Milan, 
Italy. 1898, no. 66131, Nov. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 12, 1898. 

Chanson d'automne; de Carlos de Mes- 
quita. Paris, Alphonse Leduc. no. 
1. Pour mandoliue et piano. 19 

! no. 2. Pour 2 mandolines et piano. 

20 

no. 3. Pour violon et piano. 21 

[ no. 4. Pour 2 violons et piano. 22 

no. 5. Pour llute et piano. 23 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris, 
France, 1898, nos. 73268-73270, 73276, 
73277, Dec. 16; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 
16, 1-898. 

; Charming Mae, Waltz song. Words 

and music by Alys Temple. 24 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 1898, no. 69326, Nov. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Chums (The) polka, for orchestra, by L. 
P. Laurendeau. 25 

Copyright bv John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. "1898. no. 72928, Dec. 14 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

i " Cole's coo-koo polka." A. O.Cole, for 
1st violin. 26 

Copyright by Amos O. Cole, Kanka- 
kee. 1898, no."l 3448, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Come near, ye nations. Anthem for 
Christmas. Music bv Michael Watson ; 
edited by H. W. Nicholl. New York, 
G. Schirmer. 27 

Copyright by G. Schirmer. New York. 
1898, no. 72931, Dec. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

J Coon's (The) delight ; or, The great Afri- 
can cakewalk, by Eobert Buechel. 
Orchestra, 28 

Copyright by Eobert Buechel, St. 
Louis, Mo. 1898, no. 73140, Dec. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Dec, 15, 1898. 

I Creole dance; by Will Marion. 29 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 73146, Dec. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Cuba libre waltzes, for orchestra, by A. 
E. Shaw ; arranged by G. D. Barnard. 

30 
Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 72927. Dec 14; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 14. 1898. 



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'Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Cuban patrol; for banjo, mandolin, and 
guitar, by Alex Cranshaw. 31 

Copvrigbt by Alex Cranshaw, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 1898, no. 72595, Dec. 13 ; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

Cupid, jr. Morceau characteristic, by G. 
H. Wilder, for full orchestra. 32 

Copyright by Bates & Bendix, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 72726. Dec. 13; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

Darktown parade. Arranged for band 

by J. W. Fischer. 33 

Copyright by M. Wifcinark & sons. 

New York. 1898, no. 73150, Dec. 15; 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Daughter of Ziou. Anthem for Christ- 
mas; music by F. C. Maker; edited by 
H.W. Nicholl. New York, G. Schirmer. 

34 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898. no. 72949, Dec. 14; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Deux pieces pour violon, avec accompa- 
gnement de piano on d orchestre, par 
Paul Leduc. Ed. pour violon et pia- 
no. Nice, Paul Decouicelle. no. 1, 
Barcarolle. 35 

no. 2, romance sans paroles. 36 

Copyright bv Paul Decourcelle, Paris, 
France. 1898, nos. 73228, 73229, Dec. 16 ; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Dolce far niente. Waltz for piano, by 

Otto Pfefferkorn. 37 

Copyright by Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 1898, no. 73905, Dec. 17; 2 

copies ree'd Dec 17, 1898. 

Doubt not, O friend. Song, by James H. 
Rogers ; the words after the Russian of 
Tolstoi, by B. F. Wyatt Smith. 38 

Copyright by Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 73904. Dec. 17; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Fanfare Napolitaine, pour piano, par 
Albert Landry : op. 149. Paris, lieu- 
gel & cie. 39 
Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1898, no. 73026, Dec. 15 : 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Fantoches(Les) (pantomime), pour piano, 
par Paul W^achs. Paris, Heugel & 
cie. 40 

Copyright by Heugel & cie., Paris. 
1898. no. 73018, Dec. 15 ; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Fear not! behold, I bring you good tid- 
ings. Anthem for Christmas-tide; mu- 
sic by Frank J. Sawyer; edited by H. W. 
Nicholl. 41 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 72947, Dec. 14; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 



First (The) spring days: song, by James 
Rogers; the words after the Russian 
of Tolstoi, by B. F. Wyatt-Smith. 42 
Copyright by Clayton F. Summy co, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 73907, Dec. 17; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Flying (The) squadron march. By W. H. 
Scouton, for 2 mandolins, guitar, and 
piano. 43 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 72926, Dec. 14 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Forever ! Valse brillante, sur des motifs 
bresiliens, pour piano; par Carlos de 
Mesquita: op. 132. Paris, Alphonse 
Leduc. 44 

Copyright bv Alphonse Leduc, Paris, 
France. 1898, no. 73272, Dec. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Four easy duets for pianoforte, composed 

by Bruno Oscar Klein: op. 60, no. 1. 

Intermezzo religioso. 45 

no. 2. Valse gracieuse. 46 

no. 3. Berceuse. 47 

no. 4. Gavotte. 48 

Copvrigbt by Charles F. Tretbar, 

New York. 1898, nos. 72842-72845, Dec. 

14; 2 copies each ree'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Four little wrist studies for piano, by 

Mrs. Crosby Adams. 4*9 

Copyright by Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 1898, no. 73895, Dec. 17; 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Funny (The) old fakir. By C. E. Pome- 
roy, for 2 mandolins and guitar. 50 

By C. E. Pomeroy. for pianoforte. 

51 

Copyright by White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 1898, nos. 72725, 72724. 

Dec. 13; 2 copies each ree'd Dee. 13. 

1898. 

Give Ciuda the cake. March and two- 
step, by Theo. A. Metz. Piano solo. 

52 
Copyright by Theo. A. Metz, New 
York. 1898, no. 73334, Dee. 16 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Gloria in excelsis. Anthem, by C. C. 

Stearns. 53 

Copyright by W T hite-Smith music 

pub. co., Bostou. 1898, no. 73443, l>ee. 

16; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Go to sleep. Words by J. F. Ha zel : mu- 
sic by 11. A. Franzmathes. :> i 
Copyright by H. A. Franzmathes, 

Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 72839, Dec. 
11: 2 copies ree'd Dec. II. 189S. 



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Titles — Continued. 

God is our hope and strength. (46th 

psalm.) Music by C. C. Stearns. 55 

Copyright by White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 73444, Dec. 

16; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Goltiana (The) waltz, composed by Min- 
nie Hodge Loudon. 56 
Copyright by Minnie Hodge Loudon, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 69229, Nov. 28; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

He's asleep in a grave marked unknown. 
Words by Will W. Prosser; music by 
J. H. Wright. 57 

Copvrightby W. W. Prosser and J. 
H. AVright, Columbus, Ohio. 1898, no. 
48802, Aug. 19; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 
1898. 

He's got to be a lamp-black cullud man. 
Words by Jean C. Havez; music by A. 
B. Sloane. 58 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 54050, Sept. 15; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 
Holiday polka; by Ralph Evarts. Piano. 

59 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson co., Bos 

ton. 1898, no. "73457. Dec. 16; 2 copies 

ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Honey, I had yo' once. Written by S. B. 

Cassin; composed by Edward Jolly. 

60 
Copvright by Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 67345, Nov. 17; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 14, 1898. 
Honey, you'se my turtle dove. Song. 
Words by Edgar Smith; music by W. 
T. Francis. 61 

Copvright bv Weber, Fields & Strom- 
berg, New York. 1898. no. 67918, Nov. 
21; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 14, 1898. 
How sweet the answer echo makes. 
Quartette or chorus ; words by Thomas 
Moore; music bv John Hyatt Brewer: 
op. 43, no. 2. 62 

Copvright bv Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1898, no. 73449, Dec. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 
I 'ave n't told 'iin. Written by Murray 
and Leigh; composed by Geo. Le 
Brunn. London, Francis, Day & 

Hunter. 63 

Copyright bv Francis. Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 73962, Dec. 19; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 
I can't now. Written and composed by 
Harry Castling. Londou, Francis, 

Day & Hunter. 64 

Copyright bv Francis, Dav & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 73964, Dec. 19 ; 2 
copies rec"d Dec. 17, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Ideal reed-organ gems. v. 1. 65 

Copyright by White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 73910, Dec. 

17; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 



! If ye love me." (Aria di chiesa.) Mu- 
sic by D. S. Hollingshead. 6Q 
Copyright by Hollingshead music 
co , Baltimore. 1898, no. 67662, Nov. 
19 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

i Impromptu, by A. L. Schultz. 67 

Copyright by Geo. Molineux, New 
York. 1898, no. 70780, Dec. 5 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 16, 1898 

! Impromptu-valse, for piano, by Louis 
Diemer: op. 9; edited and lingered, 
Louis Oesterle.' 68 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 72929, Dec. 14; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

It'll take a bit of wearing out. Written 
and composed by Mills and Carter. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 69 
Copyright bv Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 73965, Dec. 19; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

j It pays to do right. By C. H. Mead. 70 
Copyright by C. H. Mead, New York. 
1898, no. 73331, Dec. 16; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 16, 1898. 

I Just as the sun went down. By Lyn 
Udall; arranged for guitar and man- 
dolin by T. P. Trinkaus. 71 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 72720, Dec. 13; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

j Just one girl. By Lyn Udall ; arranged 
for guitar and mandolin by T. P. 
Trinkaus. 72 

Copvright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 72721, Dec. 13; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

Kept. Words by D. W. AYhittle; music 
by May Whittle Moody. 73 

Copyright by Mrs. May Whittle 
Moody, East Northlield, Mass. 1898, 
no. 73810, Dec. 17; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 
17, 1898. 

Lancers. Piano. From the ''Charla- 
tan;" book by Charles Klein; music 
by John Philip Sousa. 7L 

Copyright bv John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. ^1898, no. 73141, Dec. 15; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Let Erin remember the days of old. 
Four-part song; the words written by 
T. Moore; the music composed by 
Leopold Dix. Loudon. Novello & 
co. ; ltd. 75 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd. 
ondon. 1898.' no. 7281 
copies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Let me love you as of old. Ballad; 
words by Joseph Standish; music by 
Chas. Moreland. 76 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 73147. Dec. 15; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Let not your heart be troubled. Anthem ; 
music by George Gardner; edited by 
H. W. " Nicholl. New York, G. 
Schirmer. 7*3 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 72937, Dec. 14: 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Liberty's bauner. Words by Miss C. M. 
Amberman ; music by Miss H. W. Boyd. 

78 
Copyright by Hester W. Boyd, 
Jamaica, L.T. 1898, no. 73073, Dec. 15; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Liberty's jubilee song. Words by S. T. 
Dekins; music by John McPhail. 79 

Copyright by John McPhail and S. T. 
Dekins, Chicago. 1898, no. 72840. Dec. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Light celestial. A vesper song from 
Kief, for mixed voices, translated from 
the Church-Russian by Nathan Haskell 
Dole ; music by P. Tsckaiko wsky . 80 

Copyright by G. Schirmer. New York. 
1898, no. 72938, Dec. 14: 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Light of mine eyes. Song. Poem bv 
Waitman Barbe; music by C. E. 
Haworth. 81 

Copyright by John Church co.. Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 73434, Dec. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Little (The) corporal. Comic opera in 
three acts ; libretto by Harry B. Smith ; 
music by Lud wig Englander" Selection 
of the principal airs for orchestra. 

82 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1898, no. 73439, Dec. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Little (The) host. A musical comedy 
words by Edgar Smith and Louis de 
Lange; music by W. T. Francis am 



Thomas H. Chilvers. 
Edward Sckuberth & co. 
host" waltzes for piano. 
— "Twas while waltzing. 
Yocal. 



New York 

"The little 

83 

Waltz song 



The welcome in vour eves. Yocal 

85 
If this were the age of romance 

Yocal. 81 
What do the coals in the tire say 

Yocal. 8 r 
I'm a shv little innocent thing 

Yocal. 88 

Golf song. Yocal. 

Zum, zum; boom, boom. Yocal 

90 
Copyright bv Edward Schuberth & 

co., New York. 1898, nos. 73075-73082 

Dec. 15: 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 15 

1898. 

Lord (The) is aood. Anthem; music bv 
A. H. Behrend; edited by H. W. Nicli 
oil. New York. G. Schirmer. 91 

Copyright bv G. Schirmer. New York 
1898. no. 72933.* Dec. 14: 2 copies rec'c 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Magnificat and nunc dimittis. (Unison.) 
Music by William H. Hunt; edited bv 
H. W. Nicholl. 92 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 72935, Dec. 11: 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Magnificat and nunc dimittis in D. Mu- 
sic by Charles Joseph Frost ; edited by 
IT. W. Nicholl. 93 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 72932, Dec. 14: 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Magnificat and nunc dimittis in F. Mu- 
sic by Frederick Heath : edited by H. 
W. Nicholl. " 94 

Copyright bv G. Schiriner, New York. 
1898, no. 72936, Dec. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Magnificat and nunc dimittis. Set to 
music in the key of G, by Battison 
Haynes. London, Novello & co., 

ltd. 95 

Copyright bv Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 72810, Dec. 14; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Mammy's little pumpkin -colored coons; 
by Hillman & Perrin : arranged for 
zither by E. Reuft'cr. 96 

Copyright by M. Witmark & 3ons, 
New York. 1898, no. 72722. Dec L3; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 13, 1898. 



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Titles— Continued. 

March of the gallant 3rd. By A. F. 
Schneider. 97 I 

Copyright by M.E.Converse, Joliet, 
111. 1898, no. 73811, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

"Mardi Gras" waltz; A. O. Cole, for 1st 
violin. 98 

Copyright by Amos O. Cole, Kan- 
kakee. 1898. no. 73446, Dec. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Mazurka, for piano, by Anton Strelezki : 
op. 194, no. 2; edited and lingered by 
Louis Oesterle. 99 

Copyright bv G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 72946, Dec. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Meditation. Pour violon, avec accom- 
pagnement de piano; par Adam Laus- 
sel. Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 100 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris, j 
1898, no. 73275, Dec. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 16, 1898. 

w Merry dancers" waltzes ; A. O. Cole, for 
1st violin. 101 j 

Copyright by Amos O. Cole, Kanka- j 
kee. 1898, no. 73447, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

'"Mid the green fields of Virginia. Words 
and music by C. K. Harris ; arranged by 
Jos. Clander. 102 j 

Copyright by Charles K. Harris, Mil- 
waukee. 1898, no. 69702, Nov. 30; 2 \ 
copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

" Midway echoes" two-step; A. O. Cole, 
for 1st violin. 103 

Copyright by Amos O. Cole, Kanka- 
kee. 1898, no. 73445, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Milk O! or, The up-to-date yodeller. 
Written by John P. Harrington ; com- j 
posed by George Le Brunn. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 104 i 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, | 
Loudon, 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Morning song. Old French folk-song, for 
chorus of men's voices; English version 
by Theo. Baker; music by Carl Rei- 
necke. 105 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 72940, Dec. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

My vision waltz, 1st violin or mandolin, 

by C. W. Wilcox: op. 27. 106 

Copyright by C. W. Wilcox, Dallas, 

Tex. 

rec'd Dec. 13, 1898. 



Titles-*- Continued! 

My vision waltz, by C. W. Wilcox: op. 

27, piano. 107 

Copyright by C.W.Wilcox, Dallas, 

Tex. 1898, no. 72734, Dec. 13; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

No loving voice to cheer. Words by Jacob 
Vickerv Langhorne; music by Robert 
E. Whittemore. 108 

Copyright by Jacob Vickerv Lang- 
horne, Norfolk, Va. 1898, no. 56156, 
Sept. 24; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Nightingale (The). Song; words by D. 
Jacomb Hartley; music by Richard 
Richards. In E. London, Edwin 

Ashdown, ltd. 109 

Copyright by Edwin Ashdown, Lon- 
don. '1898, no. 72808, Dec. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Ombres chinoises. Morceau de genre, 
pour piano, par Marius Carmen: op. 
408. Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 110 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1898, no. 73279, Dec. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 16, 1898. 

On your way, that's about all. Words 

and music by John F. Crowley. Ill 

Copyright by Geo. E. Willig & co., 

Baltimore. 1898, no. 73432, Dec. 16; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Opera (The) of the ''Little new baby;" 
rhymes by father; music bv mother, 
[mi.] 112 

Copyright by E. T. Wood, Chicago. 
1898, no. 73451, Dec. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 16, 



Orgue (L') moderne. Publication spe- 
ciale de musiqne pour grand-orgue, 
sons la direction de Ch. M. Widor et 
A.Guilmant. 12 me livraison. Preludio 
festivo. M. Enrico Bossi. Paris, 

Alphonse Leduc. 113 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1898, no. 73263, Dec. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 16, 1898. 

Our little serving maids : a school action 
song : Words by Kate Fowler Tutt ; 
music by C. Hutchins Lewis. Lon- 
don, J. Curwen & sons. 114 
Copyright by J. Curwen & sons, Lon- 
don. '1897, no. 67138, Dec. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

Pavan . Old French folk-song, for chorus 
of men's voices; English version by 
Theo. Baker; music by Carl Reinecke. 

115 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, "no. 72939, Dec. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Pays basque. Esquisses musicales, pour j 
piano a quatre mains, par A. Barthe. | 
Paris, Alphonse Leduc. no. 1. Passa- 
caille. 116 

no. 2. Marche espagnole. (Les 

miquelets.) 117 

no. 6. Gitanilla. 118 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris, 
France. ^1898, nos. 73264, 73265,73267, 
Dec. 16: 2 copies each, rec'd Dec. 16, 
1898. 

Petit (Le) chaperon rouge. Morceau de 
genre, pour piano; par Marius Car- j 
man: op. 407. Paris, Alphonse Le- ! 
due. 119 

Copyright by Alphouse Leduc, Paris. 
1898,no. 73273, Dec. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 16, 1898. 

Petites (Les) Barnett. Come"die-operette 
en 3 actes de M. Paul Gavault ; musique 
de Louis Yarney. Paris, Heugel et 
cie. 120 

Copyright bv Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1898, no. 73027,* Dec. 15; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Poppyland mazurka, by A. Czibulka. 
London, Charles Sheard & co. 121 

Copyright by Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 1898, no. 73280, Dec. 16; 2 * 
copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Prince of Peace. Male quartet; words \ 
by Benj. Gough: music by L. B. Chap- 
man. ' 122 
Copyright by Luther B. Chapman, 
Windham, Vt. 1898, no. 73139, Dec. 15 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Red Ridinghood. Written and composed J 
by Thomas Le Bruim. London, j 

Francis, Day & Hunter. 123 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 73972, Dec. 19; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Rend your heart. Anthem ; music by W. , 
H. Dixon; edited by H. W. Nicholl. 

124 
Copyright bv G. Schirmer, New 
York. 1898, no. 72934, Dec. 14; 2 
ies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 
Romance. Bv Adele Lewing: op. 17. ' 

125 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., I 
Boston. 1898, no. 73458, Dec. 16 ; 2 cop- ! 
ies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 
Romance (The) of the river. Composed 
by Stephen R. Philpot. London, 

Egerton & co. 126 

Copyright by Egerton & co , Lon- 
don. 1898, no. 72806, Dec. 14; 2 copies : 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



cop- 



op. 496. 
— no. 2. 
497. 



Titles — Continued. 

Salut a la Russie. Ponr flute et piano, 
par Guill. Popp. Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. 
Zimmermann. no. 1. Serenade russe: 

127 

La belle russe, caprice: op. 

128 

no. 3. Chant russe, elegie: op. 498. 

129 

Copyright bv Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 

lnann^Leipzig." 1898, nos. 73245-73247, 

Dec. 16; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 16, 

1898. 

Scherzettino ; bv Frederic Emerson 
Farrar. 130 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no.' 73460, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Schuledergelaufigkeit. School of veloc- 
ity. Von Carl Czerny : op. 299. Revi- 
sion von Carl Heinrich During. Leip- 
zig, Rob. Forberg. Band 1, no. 1. 
presto. 131 

Band 2, no. 21, Molto allegro. 132 

Copyright bv Rob. Forberg, Leipzig. 
1898, nos. 73234, 73235, Dec. 16; 2 cop- 
ies each rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Secret service waltzes. Anita Owen; 
arrauged for orchestra by Hans S. Line. 

133 
Copyright by Windsor music co., 
Chicago/ 1898, no. 69310, Nov. 28; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Serenade de Milenka. (Ballet-panto- 
mime) Musique de Jan Blockx. Paris, 
Heugel et cie. No. 3. Transcription 
pour violon et piano. 134 

no. 4. Transcription pour flute et 

piano. 135 

no. 5. Transcription pour violoncello 

et piano. 136 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1898, nos. 73019-73021, Dec. 15; 2 cop- 
ies each rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Sieben lieder und balladen; fur eine 
singstimme und klavier, koniponiert 
von Eugeu Hildach : op. 22. Magde- 
burg, Heinrichshofen's verlag. no. 1. 
Der troubadour. The minstrel (A. 
Roderich) Hoch. 137 

no. 2. Deutsch. "Whene'er I think 

of thee," dear. (E. Geibel) Hoch. 138 

no. 3. An die vorangegangenen lie- 

ben. To my beloved ones. Tief. 139 

no. 4. Der zug des todes. The pro- 
cession of the dead. (H.Seidel.) Mit- 
tel. 140 

no. 5. Das blaue baud. The bine 

ribbon. (C.Basse.) Hoch. Ill 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Sieben lieder und balladen; fur eine 
singstimme und klavier, komponiert 
von Eugen Hildach: op. 22. Magde- 
burg - . Heinriehshofen's verlag. no. 6. 
J agda b enteuer. Hunter's luck. 
(Talvj.) Mittel. 142 

no. 7. Vor der scbenke. Tbe run- 
agate. (K. Stieler.) Mittel. 143 
Copyright by Heinriehshofen's ver- 
lag, Magdeburg, Germany. 1898, nos. 
72113-72119, Dec. 12; 2 copies each 
ree'd Dec. 12, 1898. 

Six pieces pour piano, par P. Floridia: 
op. 10. Leipzig, Gebruder Hug & 
co. no. 1. Mazurka. 144 

no. 2. Au lac du Klonthal. Reverie. 

145 

no. 3. Cbant de la jeune fillo. 146 

no. 4. Bavardage. 147 

no. 5. Legende. 148 

no. 6. Valse caprice. 149 

Copyrigbt by Gebruder Hug & co., 
Leipzig, Germany. 1898, nos. 73248- 
73253, Dec. 16; 2 copies each ree'd Dec. 
16, 1898. 

Sleep, little baby, sleep! Nursery lul- 
laby; words and music by Jean C. 
Havez. 150 

Copyright bv Geo. Willig & co., Bal- 
timore. 1898, no. 73431, Dec. 16; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Slumber sea. Mezzo-soprano or baritone 
in D flat, by Myra Augur Chisbolm. 
Revised ed. 151 

Soprano or tenor in F, by Myra 

Augur Cbisholm. Revised ed. 152 

Copvright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1898, nos. 70802, 70803, Dec. 5 ; 
2 copies each ree'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Soirees du jeune violoniste. no. 40. 
Sapho. Piece lyrique, de J. Massenet. 
Fantaisie moderne pour violon et pi- 
ano; arrangement de Ad. Herman. 
Paris, Heugel et cie. 153 

no. 41. Thais. Comedie lyrique, de 

J. Massenet. Fantaisie Byzantine pour 
violon et piano; arrangement de Ad. 
Herman. Paris, Heugel et cie. 154 

no. 42. La Navarraise. Episode 

lyrique, de J. Massenet. Fantaisie ly- 
rique pour violon et piano ; arrange- 
ment de Ad. Herman. Paris, Heugel 
, et cie. 155 

Copvright bv Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1898, nos. 73022-73024,"Dec. 15 ; 2 copies 
each ree'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Song of the summer winds. Words by 
George Darley; music by John Hyatt 
Brewer: op. 43, no. 1. 156 

Copyrigbt by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1898. no. 73450, Dec. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec, 16, 1898. 



Song witbout words. By Adele Lowing : 
op. 16. 157 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 73459, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Sounds from the regiment. Two-step; 
comnosed by Josephine Ripsom Clem- 
ent. * 158 
Copyright by Josephine Ripsom 
Clement, Milwaukee. 1898, no. 41301, 
July 9; 2 copies ree'd Dec, 13, 1898. 

Sprites' (The) revelry. Dance charac- 
teristic, for pianoforte, bv Eben H. 
Bailey. 159 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston". 1898, no. 73194, Dec. 
15 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

St. John's day. Johannisfeier. (ad. 
Bottger.) Music by Hugo Jiingst; new 
English words by J. R. Murray, no. 786. 

160 
Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. * 1898, no. 72925, Dee. 14; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Strains from the orchestra. By Mrs. 

Bertha Freeman Lewis. 161 

Copyright bv Mrs. Bertha Freeman 

Lewis, Ennis, Tex. 1898, no. 72732, Dec. 

13; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

! Sweet Lillie Lavender. Waltz song; 
words by Arthur J. Lamb; music by 
Bernard A. Adler. 162 

Copyright bv S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 1898, no. 69325, Nov. 28; 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

! .Sweet memorv bells. Reverie for piano, 

by Edward M. Read. 163 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 73435, Dec. 16; 2 con- 
ies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 
"Sweet Phyllis, my angel." Words by 
Minnie Cadigan; music by B. G. Fon- 
tana. 164 

Copyrigbt by White-Smith music co., 
Boston. 1898, no, 72723, Dec. 13; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 13, 1898. 
i Take her, and be to her as I have been. 
Written and composed by Will God- 
win. London, Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter. 165 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 73970, Dec. 19; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 
Tarantella, for piano, by Ch. Mayer: op. 
140, no. 3 ; edited and lingered by Louis 
Oesterle. 166 

Copvright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 72944, Dec. 14; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

That nigger treated me all light. Words 
and music by Walter Hawley ; arranged 
by Lewis Eeitermau. . 167 

Copyright by Will Rossiter, Chicago. 
1898, no. 66294.' Nov. 12: 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 15, 1898. 

There were shepherds. Anthem for 
Christmas; music by Alfred R.Gaul; 
edited by H. W. Nicholl. 168 

Copyright bv G. Schirmer. New York. 
1898, no. 72942^ Dec. 14; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

There's a nice little home awaiting. 
Written and composed by Charles 
Collins. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. * 169 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 73969, Dec. 19; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Things that don't concern me. Written 
and composed by Frank Leo. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 170 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 73967, Dec. 19 ; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Three (The) musketeers. March, by Ed- 
mund Forman. London. Francis, 
Day & Hunter. 171 

Copyright by Francis. Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 73966, Dec. 19 ; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

To the evening star. From Tannhauser, 
by Richard Wagner; transcribed for 
the organ by Samuel P. Warren. 172 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 72950, Dec. 14; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec, 14, 1898. 

Tritelia. Morceau elegante, [sic] for the 

pianoforte, by Clara M. Yogeley. 173 

Copyright by Clara M. Yogeley, 

Philadelphia. 1898. no. 72599, Dec. 13 ; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

True (A) Yirginia boy. Song and chorus, 

by Thos. M. Bowers. 174 

Copyright by Thos. M. Bowers, 

Houston, Tex. 1898, no. 73333, Dec. 16 ; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Yalse bresilienne. (India do Brazil.) 
Pour piano, par Carlos de Mesqujta. 
Edition a 4 mains. Paris, Alphonse 
Leduc. 175 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1898, no. 73274, Dec. 16; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 16, 1898. 
Yalse caprice, for piano, by Paul Rou- 
gnon; edited and fingered by Louis 
Oesterle. 176 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 72945, Dec. 14; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Yalse expressive, pour piano, par Paul 
Rougnon: op. 146. Paris, Alphonse 
Leduc. 177 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1898, no. 73271. Dec. 16: 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 16, 1898. 

Yieilles lettres. Melodie; poesie de 
Jacques Norm and; musique de J. Mas- 
senet, no. 2, soprano. Paris, Heugel 
& cie. 178 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1898, no. 73017, Dec. 15; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 14, 1898. 

Wait till my ship comes in. Written 
bv George Taggart; composed by Max 
S. Witt. 179 

Copyright by Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 60525, Oct. 14 : 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

West lawn polka, by Thos. E. Glynn; 
arranged for banjo by \Ym. J. Horan. 

180 
Copyright by L. B. Gatcomb, Boston. 
1898, no. 73802, Dec. 17; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 17, 1898. 

When I marry Miss Dina Lee. Words 

and music by Billy Caldwell. 181 

Copyright bv Windsor music co.. 

Chicago. 1898, no. 60799, Oct, 15; 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

When I survey the woudrous cross. 
Anthem; by A. Morris Edwards. 
Loudon, Charles Yinceut. 182 

Copyright by A. Morris Edwards, 
London. 1898, no. 73213, Dec. 16; 2 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

When the little pigs begin to fly. Song; 
from U A runaway girl." Words by 
Leslie Mayne; music by Lionel 
Monckton. London, Chappell&co., 
ltd. 183 

Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. 1898, no. 73227, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

When the stars are peeping. Written 
and composed by Charles Collins. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 184 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter. London. 1898, no. 73968, Dec. 19; 



2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 



When you were sweet sixteen. Ballad 
and refrain ; words and music by 
James Thornton. ls^ 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 73145. Dec. 15; 2 
copies ree'd Dee. 15, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

White heather waltzes, by W. G. Wil- 
marth. 186 

Copyright by Henry White, Wash- 
ington. D. C. ±898, no". 73153, Dec. 16; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Who's going to mash me to-night? 
Written and composed by T. W. Con- 
nor. London, Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter. 187 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, Loudon. 1898, no. 73971, Dec. 19; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Wife in name only. Words and music 

by John F. Crowley. 188 

Copyright by Geo. AYillig & co., 

Baltimore. 1898, no. 73433, Deo. 16; 2 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 

Winner (The) medley overture; arranged 
for orchestra, by W. II. Mackie. 189 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sous, 
New York. 1898, no. 73152, Dec. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 
Winter (A) song. Music by .James H. 
Eogers ; words by John Vance Cheney. 

190 

Copyright bv Clayton F. Summy, 

Chicago. 1898, no. 73906, Dec. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

With all her pleading, he would never 

tell. Words by James O'Dea; music 

by Claude Christella. 191 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1898, no. 73113, Dec. 15; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



V. MAPS AINTD CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors, see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Battle of Manila. 1 

Copyright by John W. Williams, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 1898, no. 66027, Nov. 11 ; 

1 copy rec'd Dec. 12, 1898 : 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 16, 1898. 
Battle of Santiago. 2 

Copyright by John W. Williams, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 1898, no. 66028, Nov. 11 ; 

1 copy rec'd Dec. 12, 1898 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 16, 1898. 
Bowdle, Edmunds county, S. Dak. Nov., 

1898. 3 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73158, 

Dec. 15; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, lb98. 
Camp Point, Adams county, 111. Cct., 

1898. 4 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73912, 

Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Clavton, Adams county, 111. Nov., 

1898. 5 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73913, 

Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Danville, Hendricks county, Ind. Oct., 

1898. 6 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd.. New York. 1898, no. 73914, 

Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Farmington, Yan Buren county, Iowa. 

Oct., 1898. 7 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73911, 

Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Fort Bragg, Mendocino county, Cal. 

Nov., 1898. 8 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 72736, 

Dec. 13; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Frost, Navarro county, Tex. Nov., 1898. 

9 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73159, 

Dec. 15; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Grand View, Spencer county, Ind. Nov., 

1898. 10 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73160, 

Dec. 15 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Halsey, Linn county, Oreg. Oct., 1898. 

11 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 71819, 
Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd Dec 16, 1898. 

Hammond, Ind., including East Chicago. 

(Insurance map.) 12 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 66026, 

Nov. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Harrisburg, Linn county, Oreg. Oct., 

1898. 13 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 71277, 



De< 



copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



Keosauqua, Van Buren county, Iowa. 

Nov., 1898. 14 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73915, 

Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Lenox. Berkshire county, Mass. Nov., 

1898. 15 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898. no. 73916, 

Dec. 17; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Madrid, St. Lawrence county, N. Y. Nov., 

1898. 16 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co. ; ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73161, 

Dec. 15 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Meredosia, Morgan county, 111. Nov., 

1898. 17 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73154, 

Dec. 15 : 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Midlothian, Ellis county, Tex. Nov., 1898. 

18 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73917, 
Dec. 17; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Minor county, S. Dak. 19 

Copyright by E. Frank Peterson, Ver- 
milion, S. Dak. 1898, no. 68939, Nov. 
26; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Northyille, Spink county. S. Dak. Nov.. 

1898. 20 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73155, 

Dec. 15; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Palmyra, Jefferson county, Wis. Nov., 

1898. 21 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73156, 

Dec. 15; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Tell City, Perry county, Ind. Oct., 1898. 

22 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73918, 
Dec. 17; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Tulsa, Creek Nation, Ind. T. Nov., 1898. 

23 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73157, 
Dec. 15; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Vermilion, Erie county. Ohio. Oct. 1898. 

24 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73919, 
Dec. 17; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

TTarrensburg, Jefferson county, Mo. Oct., 

1898. 25 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 73920, 
Dec. 17; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 



VI. EINTGKRAVI^GJ-S, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index to proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Anticipation. 1 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 72782, Dec. 
13; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Barton's (Clara) room: sleeping apart- 
ments on living floor, Charleston Red 
Cross headquarters and warehouse. 

2 

Copyright by Clara Barton, Glen 

Echo, Md. 1898. no. 74608. Dec. 20; 2 

copies ree'd Dec' 20, 1898. 

Buffalo, N. Y. (The city of), U. S. A., in 

1898. ' 3 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 
co., Buffalo, N. Y. 1898, no. 67554, Nov. 
18; 2 copies ree'd Nov. 21, 1898. 
Cause (The) of their trouble. 4 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 72775, Dec. 
13 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Exalted ritualism. 5 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 72779, Dec. 
13; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Foe (A) to appetite. 6 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 72778, Dec. 
13; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Frame's Santiago watermelon. 7 

Copyright by TV. Atlee Burpee A:, co., 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 74602. Dec. 20: 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Good (A) cause. 8 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 72771, Dec. 
13; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



33 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Green (Aslibel) ; (James S. King's por- 
trait etching of) after original drawing. 

9 

Copyright by Charles Barmore, New 

York. 1898, no. 65838, Nov. 10 ; 1 copy 

rec'd Nov. 10. 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd Dec. 

19, 1898. 

His contribution to the Christmas gayety. 

10 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maiin, New York. 1898. no. 72783, Dec. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Humanitarian (A). 11 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 72781, Dec. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Hunger-stricken. 12 

Copyright bv Clara Barton, Glen 
Echo, Md. 1898, no. 74607, Dec. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Icy pavements. 13 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann.New York. 1898. no. 72787, Dec, 
13; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

In Charon's boat. 14 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New Y^ork. 1898, no. 72772, Dec. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

In old Mizzoury. 15 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
niann, New York. 1898, no. 72785, Dec. 
13 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

It has its drawbacks. 16 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 72773, Dec. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Jarring his memory. 17 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 72786, Dec. 
13 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Jayson's experiment, and why there are 

no more kicks coming. 18 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

manu/New Y r ork. 1898, no. 72790, Dec. 

13 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 



Kent (Chancellor James); (Etching of) 
after the painting by Rembrandt Peale ; 

, etched by James S. King. 19 

Copyright by Charles Barmore, New 
York. 1898, no. 73650, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Little Nell. Painted bv W. Wontner. 

20 
Copyright by Arthur Tooth & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 73974, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

12592— Yol. 18, jSo. 1 3 



Titles — Continued. 

Partially recognized. 21 

Copyright by Keppler 6c Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 72777, Dec. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Receiving room for clothing, S. C. Island 

relief, 1893-94. 22 

Copyright by Clara Barton, Glen 

Echo.Md. 1898, no. 74610, Dec. 20; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Russian (A) famine-stricken village. 23 
Copyright by Clara Barton, Glen 
Echo, Md. 1898, no. 74609, Dec. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Russian (A) peasant village; scene taken 

during the famine. 24 

Copyright by Clara Barton. Glen 

Echo, Md. 1898, no. 74603, Dec. 20; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

School (The). 25 

Copyright by Clara Barton, Glen 
Echo, Md". 1898, no. 74606, Dec. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Sea (The) hath its pearls. 26 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyaut & co., New Y^ork. 1898, no. 

74346, Dec. 20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 20, 

1898. 

Sentimental pullet; ah! how divinely he 
peals forth his clarion welcome to the 
coming morn [etc.] 27 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New Y'ork. 1898, no. 72780, Dec. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Sick with the famine fever. 28 

Copyright by Clara Barton, Glen 
Echo, Md. 1898, no. 74605, Dec. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Sueina, the savage maid; feature cut 52, 

1898. 29 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 1898, no. 73922, Dec. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Systematic. 30 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898. no. 72784, Dec. 
13 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



Time will tell. 



31 



Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,New York. 1898, no. 72774, Dec. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Turkish (A) teskere or passport. 32 

Copyright by Clara Barton, Glen 
Echo,Md. 1898, no. 74604, Dec. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Typhus fever patients in the Russian 

famine, 1891, 1892. 33 

Copyright by Clara Bartou, Glen 

Echo, Mel. 1898, no. 74612, Dec. 20; 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Unappreciated valor. 34 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 72776, Dec. 
13; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Unique (A) specimen. 35 

Copvright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 72789, Dec. 
13; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Up-to-date (The) tramp. 3^ 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann, New York. 1898, no. 72788, Dec. 

13; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Way down east. 5099. 37 

Copyright by W. J. Morgan & co., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 1898, no. 74087, Dec. 

19 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Women cutting potatoes for planting, 

Sea Island relief, S. C, March 4, 1898. 

38 
Copyright by Clara Barton, Glen 
Echo, Md. 1898, no. 74611, Dec. 20; 
copies ree'd Dec. 20, 1898. 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Attack. 8-sheet. (N. Y., no. 8302.) 1 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 72070, Dec. 10; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Baby carriages. 2 

Copyright by Taber-Prang art co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 72071, Dec. 10 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Oct. 31, 1898. 

Dey done went to roost on my fishing 

pole. no. 3479. 3 

Copyright by The United States 

printing co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 

74923, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 22, 
1898. 

Dis must be heaben. no. 3476. 4 

Copyright by The United States 

printing co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 

74919, Dec. 22: 2 copies ree'd Dec. 22, 

1898. 

Eliza's escape, no. 3477. 5 

Copyright by The United States 

printing co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 

74920, Dec. 22: 2 copies ree'd Dec. 22, 

1898. 

I can see dat cake a'coming. no. 3474. 

6 

Copyright by The United States 

printing co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 

74921, Dec. 22; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 22, 
1898. ' 

I'm a lawyer; my name is Marks, no. 
3473. 7 

Copyright by The United States 
printing co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 

74924, Dec. 22; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 22, 

1898. ; 



Titles — Contin aed. 

Legree (Simon) and his merciless pack of 
ferocious blood hounds, no. 3480. 

8 

Copyright by The United States 

printing co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 

74925, Dec. 22; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 22, 

1898. 

Marvellous high-wire artists, Herr Gra- 
nada, Alma Fedora, in their own inven- 
tion — the revolving pyrotechnic foun- 
tain. 9 

Copyright by Herr Granada, Hobo- 
ken, N. J. 1898, no. 48064, Aug. 15; 3 
copies ree'd Aug. 15, 1898. 

Model (The), no. 3528. 10 

Copyright by United States printing 

co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 70340, Dec. 3 ; 

2 copies rec"d Dec. 3, 1898. 

Eetreat. 8-sheet. (N. Y., no. 8301.) 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 72069. Dec. 10; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 
Sorrows (The) of Satan. My work. 
6778, 1-sheet. 12 

Copyright by H. C. Miner lithograph 
co., New York. 1898. no. 73083, Dec. 
15; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Nearer my last home. 6775, |-sheet. 

13 

Copyright by H. C. Miuer lithograph 

co., New York. 1898, no. 73336, Dec. 16; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

- — Now I know who he is. 6772, 3-sheet. 

14 
Copyright by H. C. Miner lithograph 
co., New York. 1898, no. 73082, Dec. 15; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 



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CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sorrows (The) of Satan. ''Stake my 

life. 7 ' 6776, ^-sheet. 15 

Copyright by H. C. Miner lithograph 

co. , New York/ 1898, no. 73337. Dec. 16 ; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Southern (The) chimes— " Time's up.*' 

6780, 1-sheet. 16 

Copyright by H. C. Miner lithograph 

co.. New York.' 1898, no. 73338, Dec. 16; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Topsy in one of her good moments, no. 

3475. 17 

Copyright by United States printing 

co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 74922, Dec. 

22; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Uncle Tom and little Eya. no. 3478. 18 
Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 74926, Dec. 
22; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Ayenue on estate of F. A. Luling. 367. 

1 
Copyright by R. E. Hinchey, De Soto, 
Mo. 1898. no." 74296. Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Bathing by moonlight on Mobile bay. 

399. 2 

Copyright by R. E. Hinchey, De Soto, 

Mo. 1898, no. 74298, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Bear (The) in a dangerous situation, no. 

163. 3 

Copyright by S. J. Call, U. S. 1898, 

no. 67565, Nov. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd Noy. 

18, 1898. 

Cake (The) walk. 4 

Copyright by F. AY. Guerin, St. Louis. 
1898, no. 74306, Dec. 19; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 19, 1898. 

Christmas morning. 5 

Copvright by Pirie MacDonald, 
Albany. 1898, no. 74308, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Court (The) of honor a la Venice. 6 

Copyright by W. T. Innes. jr., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 69083, Nov. 26; 1 
copy rec'd Nov. 17, 1898; 1 copy rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

Davis's (Jefferson) library, Beauvoir, 

Miss. M. & O. R. R. neg."305, 306. 7, 8 

Copyright by R. E. Hinchey. De Soto, 

Mo. 1898, nos. 74293, 

copies each rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Early morning scene on Magnolia river, 

Ala. 423. 9 

Copyright by R. E. Hinchey, De Soto, 

Mo. 1898, no." 74297, Dec. 19; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Easter (An) solo." 10 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis, 
Mo. 1898, no. 68090, Nov. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 21, 1898. 
Garcia (General Calixto). 8 by 10. nos. 
3, 2. 11, 12 

Copyright by George Prince, Wash- 
ington, D. C. '1898, nos. 74302, 74303, 
Dec. 19; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 19, 
1898. 
Home of Jefferson Davis. Beauvoir, Miss. 
M. & O. R. R. neg. 302, 303. 13, 14 

Copyright by R. E. Hinchey, De Soto, 
Mo. 1898, nos" 74291,74292, Dec. 19; 2 
copies each rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 
Hotel Victory, Put -in -Bay. x 10008. 

15 
Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit, Mich. 1898, no. 73466, Dec. 
16; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 
Hugh De Payen commandery, Knights 
Templar, of Melrose, Mass., at Pitts- 
burg, Pa., Oct. 11, 1898. (14 x 17.) 16 
Copyright by George Prince, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 1898, no. 74304, Dec. 19; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

King of the desert. 17 

Copyright by Woodbury E. Hunt, 
Concord, N. H. 1898, no. 71153, Dec. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 1, 1898. 
Library building, home of Jefferson 
Davis, Beauvoir, Miss. 304. 18 

Copvright by R. E. Hinchey, De Soto, 
Mo. 1898, no. "74295, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 
" Lovers' lane." 19 

Copyright by George F. Slade, jr., 
Chelsea, Mass. " 1898, no. 59229, Oct. 17 ; 
1 copy rec'd Oct. 17, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd 
Dec. 16 } 1898. 



36 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Mansion of Gen. Geo. YYashiDgton, Mount 
Vernon, Va. 20 

Copyright by Edwin W. Markell, 
Alexandria, Va. 1898, no. 60287, Oct. 
13; 1 copy rec'd Oct. 13, 1898; 1 copy 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

" Mayflower," U. S. N. 591. 21 

Copyright bv A. Loeffler, Tompkins- 
ville, N. Y. 1898, no. 73498, Dec. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

"New York/' U. S. N. 588. 22 

Copyright by A. Loeffler, Tornpkins- 
ville,N.Y. 1898, no. 73501, Dec. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

"Newark," U.S.N. 590. 23 

Copyright by A. Loeffler, Tompkins- 
ville,N.Y. 1898, no. 73499, Dec. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Pansy. 24 

Copyright by W. Scott Thurber, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74088, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Practicing — at the bar. 25 

Copyright by Antikamnia chemical 
co., New York. ' 1898, no. 46572, Aug. 5 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1898. 

"Rough (A) Rider." 26 

Copyright by Antikamnia chemical 
co., New York. 1898, no. 46571, Aug. 5 ; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 5, 1898. 

Sailing by moonlight on Mobile bay. M. 

& O. R. R. Neg. 418-420. " 27-29 

Copyright by R. E. Hinchey, DeSoto, 

Mo. 1898, nos. 74299-74301, Dec. 19; 2 

copies each rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Texas," U.S.N. 589. 30 

Copyright by A. Loeffler, Tompkins- 

ville, N. Y. 1898, no. 73500, Dec. 16; 

copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Thunder caps. 31 

Copyright by George F. Slade, jr., 

Chelsea, Mass. * 1898, no. 59228, Oct. 7, 

1 copy rec'd Oct. 7, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'c 

Dec. 16, 1898. 

Tomb of Gen. Geo. Washington, Mt. Ver- 
non, Va. 3£ 
Copyright by Edwin W. Markell, 
Alexandria, Va. 1898, no. 60286, Oct. 
13; 1 copy rec'd Oct. 13, 1898; 1 copy 
rec'd Dec.' 15, 1898. 

When the cat's away the mice will play 

33 

Copyrightby F. W. Guerin, St. Louis 

1898, no. 74307", Dec. 19; 2 copies rec'~ 

Dec. 19, 1898. 

Wreck of pilot boat " Columbia " atScitu 
ate, Mass. Nos. 1-4. 34-3" 

Copyright by Frederick North Da 
mou, Scituate, Mass. 1898, nos. 74091- 
74091, Dec. 19; 2 copies each rec'd Dec 
19, 1898. 

Y. M. C. A., Portland, Me. 

Copyright by George E. Neal, Port 
laud. Me. 1898. no. 72246, Dec. 12; ~ 
copies rec'd Dec. 9, 1898. 

You'll get all dat's a comin' to you. nos 

1-4. 39-42 

Copyright by Henrv J. Hubble & co. 

New York. 1898, nos' 73923-73926, Dec 

17 ; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 



IX. FINE ARTS. 

(Under this beading is given a list of the i>hotographs deposited, according to law, with application! 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



"Alfred the Great.' 
erick Wilson. 



Designed by Fred- 



Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co., New York. 1898, no. 74351, 
Dec. 20; 1 protograph rec'd Dec. 20. 

1898. 



Angel (The) of peace. 2 

Copyright by Daniel C. French, New 
York, 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

An revoir. Painted bv E. Blair Leighton. 

3 
Copyright by Arthur Tooth & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 746:U. Dec. 21; 1 
photograph rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

"Christ in the house of Mary and Mar- 
tha." Designed bv Frederick Wilson. 

4 
Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co., New York. ' 1S98, no. 74350, 
Deo. 20; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 20, 
1898. 



37 



FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Effective dinner gown. 5 

Copyright by Baldwin syndicate, 
New York. 1898, no. 73921, Dec. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Hopes and fears. Painted by E. Blira 
Leighton. 6 

Copyright by Arthur Tooth & sons, 
New York. 1898. no. 74635, Dec. 21; 1 I 
photograph rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

"St. Agues.'' Designed by Frederick Wil- | 
son. 7 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- J 
rating co., New York. * 1898, no. 74347, j 
Dec. 20; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 20, I 
1898. 

"St. Alban." Designed by Frederick 
Wilson. 8 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co., New York. 1898, no. 74349, 
Dec. 20; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 20, 
1898. 

St. John. 9 ! 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- i 
rating co., New York. 1898, no. 62694, 
Oct. 25; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

St. Luke. Designed by E. P. Sperry. 10 
Copyright by Tiffany glass aud deco- 
rating co.. New York.' 1898, no. 62692, 
Oct. 25; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

St. Mark. 11 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co., New York. 1898, no. 62695, 
Oct. 25; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

"St. Mark." Designed by Frederick Wil- 
son. 12 
Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating" co., New York. 1898, no. 74348, 
Dec. 20; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 20, 
1898. 



(Original water color 

Drawn and painted 

13 



Soldier of the U.S. 
representiug a) 
by J. J. Rousk. 

Copyright by Meyer bros. & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 62693, Oct. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 



X. IISTDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be fouud.) 



Aiken ( Robert E.), Montgomery City,Mo. : 
You speak an untruth. (Books: 2.) 
Alexander (W. Scott), McConnellsburg, 
Pa.: 

Fulton county, Pennsylvania, hand- 
book, directory, and household guide 
for 1899. (Books: 1.) 
American book co., New York: 

Steele (Joel Dorinan and Esther 
Baker). A brief history of the United 
States. (Books: 1.) 
American press ass'n, New York: 

AdelinaPatti, the incomparable diva. 
(Books: 3.) 
Curling (The) season. (Books: 3.) 
Daisy May andthe holidays. (Books : 
3.) 

Our Paris fashion letter. (Books : 3.) 
Sueina, the savage maid; feature 
cut 52, 1898. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Urgent (An) message. (Books: 3.) 
Anderson (AY. H.) & co., Cincinnati: 

Ohio general assembly. The an- 
notated revised statutes of the state of 
Ohio. 2d ed. in 3 v. v. 1-3. (Books : 
1.) 



Antikamnia chemical co., New York: 

Practicing at the bar. (Photo- 
- graphs.) 

"Rough (A) Rider." (Photographs.) 
Appleton (D.) & co., New York: 

Ober (Frederick Albiou). Puerto 
Rico and its resources. (Books: 1.) 

Parker (Francis W.) and Helm (Nel- 
lie Lathrop). Playtime and seedtime. 
(Books: 1.) 
Ashdown (Edwin), London: 

Nightingale (The). D. Jacomb Hart- 
ley; Richard Richards. (Music.) 
Associated press, New York : 

Germany's sympathy on the side of 
Spain. (Books: 3.) 

Our envoys get light on English feel- 
ing. (Books: 3.^ 
Baird (H.T.), Detroit: 

Secret (The) of multiplication. Rules 
for playing. (Books: 2.) 
Baker (Francis Davis), Buffalo: 

Baker (Frances Davis). Uplands. 
(Books: 1.) 
Baker (William C), New York : 

Full information for the erection and 
management of Baker car heaters. 
(Books: 2.) 



38 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Baldwin syndicate, New York: 

Effective dinner gown. (Fine arts.) 
Ballou (Mrs. Mary Anne), Boston: 

Ballou (Maturin Murray). Treasury 
of thought. (Books: 1.) 
Banks & brothers, New York : 

New York (state) supreme court. 
Reports of cases, v. 33. 1898. (Offi- 
cial ed.) (Books: 1.) 

United States supreme court. Re- 
ports, v. 171. (Books: 1.) 
Barmore (Charles), New York: 

Green (Ashbel). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Kent (Chancellor James). (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Barrows (Mabel Hay), Dorchester. Mass. : 

Hellenika. (Drama.) 
Barton (Clara), Glen Echo, Md: 

Barton's (Miss) room. Sleeping 
apartments on living floor, Charleston 
Red Cross headquarters and ware- 
house. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Hunger stricken. (Engraving, cuts, j 
and prints. ) 

Receiving room for clothing, S. C. Is- 
land relief. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Russian (A) famine-stricken-village. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Russian (A) peasant village. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

School(The). (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Sick with the famine fever. (En- j 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Turkish (A) teskere or passport. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Typhus-fever patients in the Russian 
famine. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Women cutting potatoes for planting, 
Sea island relief, S. C. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Bashford (Herbert), Olympia, Wash. : 

Bashford (Herbert)/ "Songs from 
Puget sea." (Books : 1. ) 
Bates & Bendix, Boston : 

Cupid, jr. G. H. Wilder. (Music.) 
Baxter (George), Detroit: 

Brief (A) history of the Spanish- 
American war of 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Beale (Charles Currier) and Burbank 
(Cora Elizabeth), Boston: 

Complete (A) inductive course in 
the Beale best shorthand. Lesson 1. 
(Books: 2.) 
Beesley (Charles Norbury), Charleston, 
S.C.: 

Beesley (Charles Norbury). Bees- 
ley's illustrated guide to St. "Michael's 
church, Charleston, S. C. (Books: 1.) [ 
Blanchard (Rufus), Chicago: 

Blanchard (Rufus). Blanchard's 
guide to Chicago. (Books: 1.) 
Bodine (W.L.) & Co., Chicago: 

Illinois political directory 1899. i 
(Books: 1.) 



Boericke and Tafel, Philadelphia: 

Jones (Samuel Arthur). The porce- 
lain painter's son. (Books: 1.) 
Bolles (Albert S.), Philadelphia: 

Bolles (Albert S.) The law of nego- 
tiable and nonnegotiable instruments 
in Pennsylvania. (Books: 1.) 
Boussod (Jean), Manzi, Joyant & Co., 
Paris and New York : 

Sea (The) hath its pearls. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Bowen-Merrill co., Indianapolis: 

Hainer (Bayard T.) A treatise on 
the modern law of municipal securi- 
ties. (Books: 1.) 
Bowers (Thomas M.), Houston, Tex. : 
True (A) Virginia boy. Thomas M. 
Bowers. (Music.) 
Boyd (Hester W.), Jamaica, L. I. : 

Liberty's banner. C. M. Amberman; 
H.W.Boyd. (Music.) 
Brainard's (S.) sons co., Chicago: 
Charming Mae. (Music.) 
Slumber sea. (Key of D flat.) Myra 
Augur Chisholin. (Music.) 

Slumber sea. (Key of F.) Myra 
Augur Chisholm. (Music.) 

Sweet Lillie Lavender. Arthur J. 
Lamb; Bernard Adler. (Music.) 
BrandoAv printing co., Albany: 

Koberts (James A.) New York in 
the Revolution as colonv and state. 
(Books: 1.) 
Breitkopf& Hiirtel, Leipzig: 

Little' (The) corporal. Harry B. 
Smith; Ludwig Englander. (Music.) 
Brooks (Christopher P.). Lowell, Mass. : 
Home study in textile manufactur- 
ing. (Books: 2.) 
Buck (Laura A.), U.S.: 

Abbott (John Stevens Cabot). His- 
tory of Louis xiv. (Books: 1.) . 
Buechel (Robert), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Coon's (The) delight; or. The great 
African cakewalk. Robert Buechel. 
I Music.) 

Burnett (Mrs. Mabel Lowell), Cam- 
bridge : 

Lowell (James Russell). My study 
windows. (Books: 1.) 
Burpee (W. Atlee) & co., Philadelphia: 
Frame's Santiago watermelon. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Burrows bros. co., Cleveland: 

Jesuit (The) relations and allied 
documents, v. 33, 34. (Books: 1.) 
Burt (A. L.), New York : 

[Kaler] James Otis. The capture of 
the Laughing Mary. (Books: 1.) 
Corporal Lige's recruit. (Books : 

Morgan, the Jersey sp v. (Books: 

1-) 
Buyers' reference co.. New York : 

List of architects, no. 101. (Books: 

2.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Caldwell (Luther), Washington: 

Caldwell (Luther). An account of 
Anne Brads tree t, the Puritan poetess. 
(Books: 1.) 
Call (S. J.), U.S.: 

Bear and whalers in the ice. no. 
167. (Photographs.) 
Carlin (Eva V.), Berkeley, Cal. : 
Carlin (Eva V.) A Berkeley year. 

(Books: 1.) 
Castelle (John William), Blue Island, 
111.: 

Castelle (John W.) The schoolmas- 
ter and other poems. (Books: 1.) 
Chapman (Luther B.), Windham, Yt. : 

Prince of Peace. Benj. Gough; L. 
B. Chapman. (Music) 
Chappell & co., London: 

VYhen the little pigs begin to fly. 
Leslie Mayne; Lionel Monckton. 
(Music.) 
Chase (Mrs. Florence Adele), Washing- 
ton, D. C. : 

Some women of Washington. 
(Books: 3.) 
Chicago record, Chicago : 

Anxious about Don Carlos. (Books : 
3.) 

Anxious to kill liberalism. (Books: 
3.) 

Approves theliberal school. (Books : 
3.) 

Back again in Stockholm. (Books: 
3.) 

Belgium's plan of protection. 
(Books: 3.) 

Blames the American tariff. (Books : 
3.)- 

Carlists are losing. (Books: 3.) 

Chicago boys in Havana. (Books: 3.) 

Claims a cure for consumption. 
(Books: 3.) 

Desire to revise the duties. (Books: 
3.) 

Dewey may return. (Books: 3.) 

Division of African territory. 
(Books: 3.) 

Dying from hunger in Madrid. 
(Books: 3.) 

Explanation from the Pope. (Books : 
3.) 

Flood damage in St. Petersburg. 
(Books: 3.) 

For a new commercial treaty. 
(Books: 3.) 

Francis Joseph is grateful. (Books: 
3.) 

German colonization in Africa. 
(Books: 3.) 

Go from ship to camp. (Books: 3.) 

Hard work in Paris. (Books: 3.) 

Has an audience with KuaDg Hsu. 
(Books: 3.) 

King Oscar's fruitless veto. (Books: 
3.) 

May deceive the Spanish. (Books: 3.) 

Noisy scene in Paris. (Books: 3.) 



Chicago record, Chicago: 

None safe in Havana. (Books: 3.) 

Pleased at America's advance. 
(Books: 3.) 

Pleases the British. (Books: 3.) 

Pleases the kaiser. (Books: 3.) 

Spaniards glad to have peace. 
(Books: 3.) 

Threaten to close silk mills. (Books: 
3.) 

To benefit an orphanage. (Books: 3.) 

Zeal for expansion. (Books: 3.) 
Christ (Josiah A.), Pine Grove, Pa. : 

Christ (J. A.) The American sweep- 
stake. (Books: 2.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati: 

Amore del cuore. E. P. Snider. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Amours (Les) de l'araign6e et de la 
mouche. Pierre Girompini. (Music.) 

Chums (The) polka. L. P. Lauren- 
deau. (Music.) 

Cuba libre waltzes. A. R.Shaw; G. 
D.Barnard. (Music.) 

Flying (The) squadron march. W. 
H. Scouton. (Music.) 

Lancers. John Philip Sousa. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Light of mine eyes. Waitman Barbe ; 
C.E.Haworth. (Music.) 

St. John's day. Hugo Jiingst; J. R. 
Murray. (Music.) 

Sweet memory bells. Edward M. 
Read. (Music) 
Clark (Ada E. B.), Boston : 

Clark's Boston blue book. [1899.] 
(Books: 1.) 
Clarke (Eliot C), Boston: 

Clarke (James Freeman). Ten great 
religions. (Books: 1.) 
Clement (Josephine Ripsom), Milwau- 
kee: 

Sounds from the regiment. Josephine 
Ripsom Clement. (Music.) 
Cole (Amos 0.), Kankakee, 111. : 

" Cole's coo-koo polkaV' A O. Cole. 
(Music.) 

"MardiGras." Waltz. A.O.Cole. 
(Music.) 

11 Merry dancers." Waltzes. A. O. 
Cole. (Music.) 

"Midway echoes.' 7 Two-step. A. 0. 
Cole. (Music.) 
Coleman (H. H.), Milwaukee : 

Offener Schreibebrief von Philip 
Sauerampfer's vetter. (Books: 3.) 
Collier (Peter Fenelon), New York: 

King (W. Nephew). The story of the 
war of 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton : 

Arithmetic, sec. 4. Instruction pa- 
per, 2ded. (Books: 2.) 

sec. 5. (Books: 2.) 

sec.6,18F. (Books: 2.) 

Electricity (The correspondence 
school of). Circular of information. 
(Books: 2.) 



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Colliery engineer co., Scranton: 

Qualitative analysis, pt. 1. Ques- 
tion paper, 1st ed. (Books: 2.) 

Training department. Question 
paper. (Books: 2.) 
Conrad (Harriet Adams), Worcester, 

All kail to our flag! Clellan W. 
Fisker; Harriet Adams Conrad. 
(Music.) 
Continental insurance co., New York: 
Taylor (R. J.) A treatise on tke ad- 
justment and management of lost 
claims. (Books: 1.) 
Converse (M. E.), Joliet, 111. : 

March of the gallant 3d. A. F. Schnei- 
der. (Music.) 
Cravens (Mrs. Mary J.), Toledo, Ohio : 
Cravens (Mrs. Mary J.) "Story of 
Daisy." (Books: 1.) 
Crawshaw (Alex), Pawtucket, R. I. : 

Cuban patrol. Alex Crawshaw. 
(Music. ) 
Crockett (S. R.), Midlothian, Scotland: 
Crockett (Samuel Rutherford). The 
silver skull. (Books: 1.) 
Crowell (Thomas Y.) & co., New Y r ork: 
Tolstoi, Liov Nikolaevich, graf. The 
novels and other works of Lyof N. 
Tolstoi, v. 1. War and peace. 
(Books: 1.) 
Curtin (Jeremiah) Bristol, Vt. : 

Curtin (Jeremiah). Creation myths; 
or, Primitive America. (Books: 1.) 
Curwen (J.) & sous, London : 

Bona fide (The) traveller. A. J. Fox- 
well: C. Hutchius Lewis. (Music.) 

Our little serving maids. Kate 
Fowler Tutt; C. Hutchins Lewis. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Damon (Frederick North), Scituate, 
Mass. : 

Wreck of pilot boat "Columbia/'' at 
Scituate, Mass., 1-4. (Photographs.) 
Day (Bessie Harris), Winchester. 111. : 
Day (B. H., compiler). The Cuban 
recitation book. (Books: 1.) 
De La Yergne (Geo. H.), Denver: 

De La Vergne (Geo. H.) Hawaiian 
sketches. (Books: 1.) 
Decourcelle (Paul), Paris: 

Deux pieces. Paul Leduc. (Music.) 
Detroit photographic co., Detroit: 

Hotel Victory, Put-in-Bay. x 10008. 
(Photographs.) 
Ditson (Oliver) co. s Boston: 

After school. Ralph Evarts. (Mu- 
sic.) 
All aboard! Ralph Evarts. (Music.) 
Busy bee waltz. Ralph Evarts. 
(Music.) 

Holiday polka. Ralph Evarts. 
(Music.) 
Romance. AdeleLewing. (Music.) 
Sckerzettino. Frederic Emerson 
Farrar. (Music.) 



Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

Song without words. Adele Lewing. 
(Music.) 
Doyle (Edwin Adams), Winchester, O. : 
"Doyle (E.A.) Poems and lyrics re- 
lating to the Spanish and Cuban war. 
(Books: 1.) 
Edgren (J. A.), Oakland, Cal. : 

Edgren (J. A.) Pa lifvets haf jemte 
andra foredrag och uppsatser. (Books : 
1.) 
Edwards (A. Morris), London: 

"When I survey the wondrous cross." 
A. Morris Edwards. (Music.) 
Egerton & co., London: 

Romance (The) of the river. Stephen 
R, Philpot. (Music.) 
Ertle (Anton), Cedarburg, Wis. : 

Ertle (Anton). The barber's handy 
manual of ready recipes. (Books: 1.) 
Field (Edward), Providence: 

Field (Edward). Esek Hopkins, 
commander-in-chief of the continental 
navy during the American revolution, 
1775-1778. (Books: 1.) 
Fielding (Howard), U. S. : 

Fielding (H.) An artist and her 
aunty. (Books: 3.) 
Fields (Mrs. Anuie), Boston: 

Fields (James Thomas). Yesterdays 
with authors. (Books: 1.) 
Forberg (Rob.), Leipzig: 

Sckule der gehiuligkeit. Carl Czer- 
ny ; Carl Heinrich D firing. Band 1, 
lio.l; band 2, no. 21. (Music.) • 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London: 

I'aven'ib told'im. Murray and Leigh; 
George Le Brunn. (Music.) 

I can't now. Harry Castling. (Mu- 
sic.) 

It'll take a bit of wearing out. 
Mills and Carter. (Music.) 

Milk O! or, The up-to-date yodeller. 
John P. Harrington ; George Le Brunn. 
(Music.) 

Red Riding-hood. Thomas Le Brunn. 
(Music.) 

Take her, and be to her as I have 
been. Will Godwin. (Music.) 

There's a nice little home a-waiting. 
Charles Collins. (Music,) 

Things that don't concern me. Frank 
Leo. (Music.) 

Three (The) musketeers. Edmund 
Forman. (Music.) 

When the stars are peeping. Charles 
Collins. (Music.) 

Who's going to mash me to-night? 
T.W.Connor. (Music.) 
Franzmathes (H. A.), Kansas City, Mo. : 
Go to sleep. J. F. Hazel; H. A. 
Franzmathes. (Music.) 
French (Daniel C), New York: 

Angel (The) of peace. (Fine arts.) 



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Gardner ( Washington), sec'y of state, 
Michigan : 

Michigan. Supreme court, v. 112, 
1st ed. (Books: 1.) 
Garrison (Wendell Phillips). New York: 

Garrison (Wendell Phillips). The 
new Gulliver. (Books: 1.) 
Gatcomh (L. B. ), Boston : 

West lawn polka. Thos. E. Glynn; 
Win. J. Horan. (Music.) 
Gordon (Armistead C), Staunton. Ya. : 

Gordon (Armistead Churchill). For 
truth and freedom. (Books: 1.) 
Granada (Herr). Hoboken, N. J. : 

Marvelous high-wire artists, Herr 
Granada. Alma Fedora. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
Grant (Arthur Hastings), Xewburg, 
X. Y. : 

Grant (Arthur Hastings). The Grant 
family. (Books : 1.) 
Guerin (F. W.). St. Louis : 

Cake (The) walk. (Photographs.) 

Easter (An) solo. (Photographs.) 

When the cat's away the mice will 
play. (Photographs.) 
Haile (J. C), Savannah: 

Great (The) fruit sections of the 
South; views along the lines of the 
central of Georgia railwav. (Books: 
1.) 
Hanna (W. Walker), Philadelphia: 

Hanna (W. Walker). My early ran- 
dom hits. (Books: I.) 
Harris (Charles K.% Milwaukee: 

'Mid the green fields of Virginia. 
C.K.Harris; Jos. Clander. (Music.) 
Harris (John Xorman), New York: 

Harris (John X.) A business man's 
compendium of the national bank- 
ruptcy law. Xov. 1,1898. (Books: 2.) 
Hasburg (John W.), Chicago: 

Ceramic art material. (Books: 2.) 
Hearst ( W. R. ), Xew York : 

Best (The) dressed woman in Xew 
York. (Books: 3.) 

Is man a million vears old? (Books : 
3.) 

Xew (A) 10,000-mile cable to Guam 
and the Philippines. ' v Books:3.) 

Photographic odds and ends. (Books : 
3.) 

Real (A) little Cinderella in real life. 
(Books: 3.) 

Romance (A) of Tammany hall. 
(Books: 3.) 

Stomach (The) scrubbed clean with 
a brush. (Books: 3.) 

Three woman poisoners. (Books: 
3.) 

Threw his wife overboard, in a gale 
off Cape Horn, bv mistake. (Books: 
3.) 

100,000 American women to fight the 
Morman congressman. (Books: 3.) 



Heath (D. C.) & co., Boston: 

Grinnell (Elizabeth and Joseph). 
( >ur feathered friends. (Books: 1.) 
Heinricbshofen's verlag, Magdeburg: 

Sieben lieder und balladen fur eine 
singstimme und klavier, komponiert 
vonEugen Hildach. nos. 1-7. (Music.) 
Herrick (E. R.) & co., Xew York: 

Hall (Tom) of Xew York. An ex- 
perimental wooing. (Books: 1.) 
Heugel et cie., Paris: 

Caprice aerien. Albert Landry. 
(Music.) 

Fanfare napolitaine. Albert Lan- 
dry. (Music.) 

Fautoches (Les). Paul Wachs. 
(Music.) 

Petites (Les) Barnett. M. Paul Ga- 
vault; Louis Yarney. (Music.) 

Serenade de milenka. Musique de 
Jan Blochx. nos. 3-5. (Music.) 

Soirees dn jeune violiniste. no. 40. 
Sapho. J. Massenet; Ad. Herman. 
(Music.) 

no. 41. Thais. J. Massenet; 

Ad. Herman. (Music.) 

no. 42. La navarraise. J. Mas- 
senet; Ad. Herman. (Music.) 

Yieiiles lettres. Jacques ^Sormand; 
J. Massenet. (Music.) 
Hinchey (R. E.), De Soto, Mo. : 

Avenue on estate of F. A. Luling. 
367. (Photographs.) 

•'Bathing "by moonlight in Mobile 
bay." 399. (Photographs.) 

Early morning scene on Magnolia 
river. Ala. 423. (Photographs.) 

Davis' (Jefferson) library, Beauvoir, 
Miss. 305. 306. (Photographs.) 

Home of Jefferson Davis, Beauvoir, 
Miss. 302,303. (Pbotographs.) 

Library building, home of Jefferson 
Davis, Beauvoir. Miss. 304. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Sailing by moonlight on Mobile bay. 
418-420.'" (Photographs.) 
Hinsdale (Guy;, Philadelphia: 

American climatological association. 
Transactions. . . . 1898. v. 14. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hirschberg (H. M.), Xew York : 

Krehbiel (H. E.) Schubert's mueller- 
lieder. (Books: 2.) 
Hollingshead music co., Baltimore: 

If ye love me. D. ' S. Hollingshead. 
(Music.) 
Holt (Henry) & co., New York: 

Xewcomer (Alphonso Gerald). Ele- 
ments of rhetoric. (Books: 1.) 
Howard & Doyle, Chicago : 

Lost (Thefparadise. (Dramatic com- 
positions.) 
Hubbell publishing co., Xew York: 

Hubbell (John H.) Hubbell's legal 
directory for lawvers and business men, 
etc. 1899. (Books: 1.) 



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Hubble (Henry J.) & co.,New York: 
You'll get all dat's a cornin' to you. 
no. 1-4. (Photographs.) 
Hudson (Jay William), Santa Rosa, Cal. : 
John March, preacher. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Hug (Gebriider) & co., Leipzig: 

Six pieces pour piano, par P. Floridia: 
op. 10, nos. 1-6. (Music.) 
Humphreys' homeo. medicine co., New 
York : 

Humphrey's (Frederick) specific man- 
ual for the administration of specifics 
in the cure of disease. (Books : 2.) 
Hunt (Woodbury E.), Concord, N. H. : 

King of the desert. (Photographs.) 
Huntington (Harwood), New York: 

Huntington (Harwood). The year- 
book for colorists and dyers, v. 1. 
(Books: 1.) 
Huntington (William Reed), New York : 
Huntington (William Reed). Son- 
nets and a dream. (Books: 1.) 
Inness (W. T., jr.), Philadelphia: 

Court (The) of honor a la Venice. 
(Photographs.) 
Jacobs (Chas. H.), Detroit: 

Study (A) in milk cans. (Books : 2.) 
Jacobs (George W.) & co., Philadelphia: 
American (The) church calendar. 
(Books: 2.) 
Jahn (Carl G.), Columbus, Ohio : 

Ohio (Circuit court of). Reports of 
cases. (Books: 2.) 
Johns (H. W.) mfg. co., New York: 

Johns' (H. W.) wood stains, for stain- 
ing painted or unpainted surfaces. 
(Books: 2.) 
Johnston (Wm. Preston), New Orleans : 
Johnston (Wm. Preston). Seekers 
after God. (Books: 1.) 
Jones (J. R.), Philadelphia: 

Our little soldiers. (Books: 1.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas 
City star, Dec. 12, 1898.) (Books: 3.) 

Dec. 13, 1898. ( Books : 3. ) 

Kelso (G. Radford), New York : 

Smoker's (The) calendar. (Books: 
2.) 

Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York : 

Up-to-date (The) tramp. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Unappreciated valor. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints. ) 

Unique (A) specimen. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Time will tell. (Engravings, cuts 
and prints.) 

Systematic. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints. ) 

Sentimental pullet. (Engravings 
cuts, and prints. ) 

Partially recognized. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 



Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York: 
* Jayson's experiment, and why there 
are no more kicks coming. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Jarring his memory. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints. ) 

It has its drawbacks. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

In old Mizzoury. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

In Charon's boat. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Icy x>avements. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Humanitarian (A). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

His contribution to the Christmas 
gayety. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Good (A) cause. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Foe (A) to appetite. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Exalted ritualism. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Cause (The) of their trouble. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Anticipation. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Kipling (Rudyard), London: 

Kipling (Rudyard). An unsavory 
interlude. (Books: 3.) 
Laidlaw (Alexander H., jr.), New York: 

Pair (A) of misfits. (Dramatic com- 
positions.) 
Lange (Max. A.), Philadelphia: 

Cooperative (The) endowment soci- 
ety of America. (Books: 2.) 
Langhorne (Jacob Yickery), Norfolk, 
Va. : 

No loving voice to cheer. Jacob 
Yickery Laughorne; Robert Edward 
Whittemore. (Music.) 

Lawyers' cooperative pub. co., Roches- 
ter: 

" Co-op " annotations. Michigan re- 
ports. (Books: 1.) 
Leduc (Alphonse), Paris: 

Barcarolle chimerique, de Gabriel 
Montoya. (Music.) 

Chanson d'autoume, de Carlos de 
Mesquita. nos. 1-5. (Music.) 

Forever! Par Carlos de Mesquita. 
(Music.) 

Meditation. Par A. Adam-Laussel. 
(Music.) 

Ombres chinoises. Par Marius Car- 
man. (Music.) 

Orgue (I/) moderne. Preludio fes- 
tivo; M.Enrico Bossi. 12 ,,,e . Livrai- 
son. (Music.) 

Pays basque. Par A. Barthe. nos. 
1,2,6. (Music.) 

Petit (Le) chaperon rouge. Par 
Marius Carman. (Music.) 

Valse bresilienne (India do Brazil). 
Par Carlos de Mesquita. (Music.) 






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Leduc (Alphonse), Paris: 

Valse expressive. Par Paul Rougnon. 
(Music.) 
Leonard (Lewis A.), New York: 

Leonard (Lewis A.) Tales I've beard 
told. (Books: 1.) 
Lewis (Mrs. Bertha Freeman), Ennis, 
Tex. : 

Strains from the orchestra. Mrs. 
Bertha Freeman Lewis. (Music.) 
Little, Brown & co., Boston : 

Daudet (Leon A. ) Alphonse Daudet. 
(Books: 1.) 
Lock wood (W. M.), Chicago : 

Lockwood (Prof. W. M.) Historical, 
logical, and philosophical objections to 
the dogmas of reincarnation and re- 
embodiment. (Books: 1.) 
Loehier (A.). Tompkinsville, N. Y. : 

"Mayflower," U.S.N. 591. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

'•New York," U.S.N. 588. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

-Newark,"' U. S. N. 590. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

"Texas,"' U. S. N." 589. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Loudon (Minnie Hodge), Chicago: 

Golfiana (The) waltz. M. H. Lou- 
don. (Music.) 
Luckhardt's musik-verlag, Leipzig : 

Burscbenchor. Ludw. Pfau; Gutt- | 
fried Angerer. (Music.) 
MacDonald (John), Topeka, Ivans. : 

Kansas state board of education. 
County examination questions, Jan., 
1898, to Oct., 1898. with answers, no. 6. 
(Books: 1.) 
MacDonald (Pirie), Albany : 

Christmas morning. (Photographs.) 
Macmillan (The) co., New York: 

Wilson (Lucy Langdon Williams). 
United States history in elementary 
schools. (Books: 1.) 
McPhail (John) and Dekins (S.T.), Chi- 
cago : 

Libertv's jubilee song. S. T. Dekins; 
J. McPhail. (Music.) 
Markell (Edwin W.), Alexandria, Va. : 
Mansion of Gen. George Washington, 
Mt. Vernon, Ya. (Photographs.) 

Tomb of Gen. George Washington, 
Mt. Vernon, Va. (Photographs.) 
Masonic history co., New York: 

Mackey (Albert Gallatin). The his- 
tory of freemasonry, v. 2, sees. 5, 6. 
(Books: 1.) 
Massey (R. W. ), Columbus, Ga. : 

Massey (Richard W.) The Massey 
method of teaching practical book- 
keeping. (Books: 1.) 
Matthews (Geo. E.) & co., Buffalo: 

Buffalo, N. Y., in 1898. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Mayerle (George), San Francisco: 
Danger signals ! (Books: 2.) 



Mead (C. H.), New York: 

It pays to do right! C. H. Mead. 
(Music.) 
Mead (F. H.) and Beaslev (T. D.), Berke- 
ley, Cal. : 

Return (The) of Chow Tow. (Dra- 
matic compositions.) 
Metz (Theo. A.), New York : 

Give Cinda the cake. Theo. A. Metz. 
(Music.) 
Meyer bros. & co., New York: 

Soldier of the U. S. (Fine arts.) 
Miner (H. C.) lithograph co., New York: 
Sorrows (The) of Satan. My work. 
6778, 1-sheet. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Nearer my last home. 6775, 

-J-sheet. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Now I know who he is. 6772, 

3-sheet. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

"Stake my life." 6776, 4-sheet. 

(Chromos and lithographs.) 

Southern (The) chimes — "Time's 
up." 6780, 1-sheet. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
Molineux (George), New York: 

Impromptu. A. L. Schultz. (Music.) 
Moody (Mrs. May Whittle), East North- 
field, Mass. : 

Kept. D.W. Whittle; May Whittle 
Moody. (Music.) 
Morehouse (George W.) 3 Muskegon, 
Mich. : 

Morehouse (George W. ) The wilder- 
ness of worlds. (Books: 1.) 
Morgan (W.J.) & co., Cleveland: 

Way down east. 5099. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Morris (George). St. Paul: 

Morris (George). Laws of the sex- 
ual health and happiness explained. 
(Books: 1.) 
Mueller (Hermann), Providence: 

Mueller (Hermann). Deutsche ge- 
dichte for high schools. (Books: 1.) 
Munsell (Charles). Albany: 

Webster's calendar; or, The Albany 
almanac. (Books: 2.) 
Neal (George E.). Portland, Me. : 

Y. M. C. A., Portland, Me. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Neely (F.Tennyson), New York: 

Ditson (Lina Bartlett). The winged 
lion. (Books: 1.) 
Northrup (Milton H.), Syracuse: 

Cox (William Van Zaudt) and North- 
rup (Milton Harlow). Life of Samuel 
Sullivan Cox. (Books: 1.) 
Novello & co., ltd., London : 

Benedicite, omnia opera. G. F. 
Wrigley. (Music.) 

Let Erin remember the days of old. 
T.Moore; Leopold Dix. (Music.) 

Magnificat and nunc dimittis. Bat- 
tison Haynes. (Music.) 



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Offertory calendar co., Boston: 

Offertory (The) calendar. (Books: 2.) 
Orr (John Edward), Columbus: 

Simplex (The) system. (Books: 2.) 
Palmer (P. C), New Philadelphia, Ohio : 
[Palmer, Philip C] How to pass an 
examination. (Books: 1.) 
Patterson (Charles O.), Latham, Kans. : 
Patterson (CO.) Force and matter. 
(Books: 2.) 
Peale (R. S.) and Hill (J. A.), New York: 
Mahan (A. T.) The mutual relations 
of army aud navy. (Books: 2.) 
Perry (Edward W.), Philadelphia: 

Perry (Edward AY.) Nicaragua. 
(Books: 1.) 
Peterson (E. Frank), Yermilion, S. Dak. : 
Miner county. South Dakota. (Maps 
and charts.) 
Pierce & Pierce, Minneapolis, Minn. : 

[Hayden, Susan M.] How to cook a 
husband. (Books: 1.) 
Press publishing co., Lincoln, Nebr. : 

Atzpodien (Paul). Briefe ernes Ber- 
liners aus Amerika. (Books: 3.) 

Straerling: nummer 4003. 

(Books: 3.) 

Was der major erzaehlte. 

(Books: 3.) 

Baierlein ( J. ) Der Piukus von Pirk : 
erzaehlung. (Books: 3.) 

Hirsch (Jenny). Der amtmann von 
Rapshagen. (Books: 3.) 

Loeffel (Gustav). Mat terliebe: 
erzaehlung. (Books: 3.) 

Reuss (Zoe von). Das "bischen:" 
weihnachtserzaehlung. (Books: 3.) 

Wasmer (Mrs. Ella von). Ein 
weihnachtsmaerchen. (Books: 3.) 
Prince (George), Washington: 

Garcia (General Calixto). 8x10. nos. 
3,2. (Photographs.) 

Hugh De Payen c o m m a n d e r y , 
Knights Templar, of Melrose, Mass. 
(Photographs.) 
Prosser (W. W.) and Wright (J. H.), 
Columbus, Ohio : 

Pie's asleep in a grave marked un- 
known. WillW. Prosser; J. H. Wright. 
(Music.) 

Quigley (Alice R.), Baltimore: 

[Thomas] a Kempis calendar. 1899. 
(Books: 2.) 

Racine boat mfg. co., Racine, Wis. : 

Twentieth century launches. (Books : 
2.) 
Randolph (A. D. F.) co., New York: 

Pentecost (George Frederick). The 
mystery of Christ. (Books: 1.) 
Reed (Harry French). Indianapolis: 

Cushimatic shoes. The Reed cushion 
shoe co. (Books: 2.) 

Remick & Schilling, New York: 

Gardner (John M.) American negli-" 
gence reports, current series. . . v 4 
(Books: 1.) 



Ricordi (G.) & co., Milan: 

Boheme (La). (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 

"Celle qui passe." Francis Viel6- 
Griffm; Jane Vieu. (Music.) 
Robertson (AlexanderM.), San Francisco: 
Ross (G. ) The boys of ? 98. (Books : 
2.) 
Rossiter (Will), Chicago: 

'•That nigger treated me all right." 
Walter Hawley; Lewis Reiterman. 
(Music. ) 

Sampson, Murdock & co., Providence: 
Providence and Rhode Island regis- 
ter and business directory for 1899. v. 
15. (Books: 1.) 

Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 

Bowdle, Edmunds county, S. Dak. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Camp Point, Adams county, 111. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Clayton, Adams county, 111. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Danville, Hendricks county, Ind. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Farmiugton, Yan Buren county, 
Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 

Fort Bragg, Mendocino county, Cal, 
(Maps and charts.) 

Frost, Navarro county, Tex. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Grand View, Spencer county, Ind. 
(Maps and charts. ) 

Halsey, Linn county, Oreg. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Hammond, Ind., including East Chi- 
cago. (Maps and charts.) 

Harrisburg, Linn county, Oreg. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Keosauqua, Van Buren county, Iowa. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Lenox, Berkshire county, M ass. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Madrid, St. Lawrence county, N. Y. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Meredosia, Morgan county, 111. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Midlothian, Ellis county, Tex. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Northville, Spink county, S. Dak. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Palmyra, Jefferson county, Wis. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Tell City, Perry county, Ind. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Tulsa, Creek Nation, Ind. T. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Vermilion, Erie county, Ohio. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Warrensburg, Johnson county, Mo. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Saunders (W. B.). Philadelphia: 

Powell (William M.) Saunders's 
pocket medical formulary. 5th ed. 
(Books: 1.) 



45 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Scliirmer (G.),New York: 

Arise, shine! F. C. Maker; H. W. 
Nicholl. (Music.) 

''Awake up, ruy glory." W. G. 
Wood; H. W. Nicholl. " (Music.) 

Behold, I bring you good tidings. 
Frederick Peel; H. AY. Nicholl. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Blessed be the Lord God of Israel. 
J. Baruby ; H. W. Nicholl. (Music.) 

Come near, ye nations. Michael 
Watson; H. W. Nicholl. (Music.) 

Daughter of Zion. F. C. Maker; H. 
AY. Nicholl. (Music.) 

Fear not ! Behold, I bring you good 
tidings. Frank J. Sawyer; H. W. 
Nicholl. (Music.) 

Impromptu- valse. Louis Diemer; 
Louis Oesterle. (Music.) 

Let not your heart be troubled. 
George Gardner ; H. W. Nicholl. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Light celestial. Nathan Haskell 
Dole; P. Tschaikowsky. (Music.) 

Lord (The) is good. A. H. Behrend; 
H. W. Nicholl. (Music.) 

Magnificat and nunc dimittis. 
Charles Joseph Frost; H. W. Nicholl. 
(Music.) 

Frederick Heath ; H. W. Nicholl. 

(Music.) 

William H. Hunt; H.W. Nicholl. 

(Music.) 

Mazurka. A. Strelezki; Louis Oes- 
terle. (Music.) 

Morning song. Theo. Baker; Carl 
Reiuecke. (Music.) 

Pavan. Theo. Baker; CarlReinecke. 
(Music.) 

Rend your heart. W. H. Dixon; H. 
W. Nicholl. (Music.) 

Tarantella. Ch. Mayer; Louis Oes- 
terle. (Music.) 

There were shepherds. Alfred R. 
Gaul; H.W. Nicholl. (Music.) 

To the evening star. R. Wagner; 
Samuel P. Warren. (Music.) 

Valse caprice. Paul Rougnon ; Louis 
Oesterle. (Music.) 
Schmemann (Karl), Detroit: 

Heinzen (Karl). The rights of women 
and the sexual relations. ( Books : 1. ) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

How sweet the answer echo makes. 
Thomas Moore; John Hyatt Brewer. 
(Music.) 

Song of the summer winds. George 
Darley; John Hyatt Brewer. (Music.) 
Sckuberth (Edward) & co., New York: 

Little (The) host. A musical comedy. 
Edgar Smith and Louis de Lange; mu- 
sic by W. T. Francis and Thomas H. 
Chilvers. Nos. 1-8. (Music.) 
•Scott, Foresman & co., Chicago: 

Stanley (Edmund) and Taylor (Al- 
bert R.) Apple blossoms, and other 
stories. (Books: 1.) 



Scott, Foresman & co., Chicago: 

Woodburn (James Albert). The 
making of the Constitution. (Books: 

1.) 
Scribner's (Charles) sons, New York: 

Lodge (George Cabot). The song of 
the wave. (Books: 1.) 

Parmele (Mary Piatt). A short his- 
tory of France. (Books: 1.) 

A short history of Germany. 

(Books: 1.) 

Spears (John Randolph). The history 
of our navy, from its origin to the end 
of the war with Spain, 1775-1898. v. 5. 
(Books: 1.) 
Sharp & Alleman, Philadelphia: 

Sharp & Alleman. Sharp & Alle- 
man co.'s lawyers' and bankers' direc- 
tory for 1899. Jan. ed. (Books: 1.) 
Sheard (Charles) & co., London: 

Poppyland mazurka; A. Czibulka. 
(Music.) 
Sheldon (J. D.) & co., New York : 

Sheldon's jobbing and manufacturing 
trades ; containing jobbers in dry goods, 
cloths, [etc.] (Books: 1.) 
Shepard (Frank), Chicago : 

Shepard's national system of adhe- 
sive annotations. Supplement to v. 
120, California decisions. (Books: 2.) 
i Slade (George F., jr.), Chelsea, Mass. : 
" Lovers' lane." (Photographs.) 
Thunder caps. (Photographs.) 
Small, Maynard & Co., Boston: 

Greene (Henry Copley.) Plains and 
uplands of old France. (Books: 1.) 

Tkeophile. (Books: 1.) 

| Smith (Henry Townsend), New Rochelle, 
N.Y.: 

[Smith, Henry Townsend.] Manual 
of Westchester county, past and pres- 
ent. (Books: 1.) 
I Soule photograph co,, Boston : 

Rowlands (Walter.) Celebrated 
paintings by noted masters. (Books: 

!•) 
Southworth (J. R.), San Francisco: 

Southworth (J. R.) ed. El estado de 
Sinaloa, Mex. (Books: 1.) 
Sprague (Frank H.), U. S. : 

Sprague (Frank H.) Spiritual con- 
sciousness. (Books: 1.) 
Stall (Sylvanus), Philadelphia: 

Allen (Mrs. Mary Wood) and Stall 
(Sylvanus). What a young woman 
ought to know. (Books: 1.) 

Starr (Frederick), Chicago : 

Starr (Frederick). American Indi- 
ans. (Books: 1.) 
Stebbins (Charles M.), Hartsdale, N. Y. : 
Stebbins (Charles M.) The new and 
true religion. 3d ed. (Books: 1.) 
Stephens (Edwin W.), Columbia, Mo. : 
Missouri, St. Louis and Kansas City 
courts of appeals. (Books: 1.) 



46 

INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Sterling (Mrs. Marie Wellesley), Camden, 
N.J.: 

On the Suwanee river. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Stern (Jos. W.) & co., New York : 

Honey, I had yo' once. S. B. Cassin; 
Ed. Jolly. (Music.) 

" Wait till my ship comes in." Geo. 
Taggart ; Max S. Witt. (Music. ) 
Stowe (Charles E.), Simshury, Conn. : 
Stowe (Harriet Beecher). Little 
pussywillow. (Boohs: 1.) 
Street & Smith, New York : 

Wells (Douglas). On the firing line. 
(Books: 2.) 
Strieker (Louis), Cincinnati: 

Strieker (Louis). The crystalline- 
lens system. (Books: 1.) 
Strobridge lithographing co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio: 

Attack. 8-sheet. (N. Y., no. 8302.) 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 

Retreat. 8-sheet. (N. Y., no. 8301.) 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 
Summy (Clayton F.) co., Chicago: 

Dolce far niente. Otto Pfefferkorn. 
(Music.) 

Doubt not, O friend. James H. 
Rogers. (Music.) 

First (The) spring days. James H. 
Rogers. (Music.) 

Four little wrist studies. Mrs. Cros- 
by Adams. (Music.) 

Winter (A) song. James H. Rogers; 
John Vance Cheney. (Music.) 
Sweet (Arthur T.), Kansas City, Mo. : 
Banta (Clara). Eugene Field. 
(Books: 1.) 
Sweetser. Pembrook & co., New York: 
Sweetser, Pembrook & co. Treatise 
on wash fabrics. (Books: 1.) 
Syle (L. Dupont), Berkeley, Cal. : 

Sylo (Louis Dupont). Essays in 
dramatic criticism. (Books: 1.) 
Taber- Prang art co., Boston: 

Baby carriages. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs. ) 
Tate (J. C. and F. C), Des Moines : 

Tate (John C.) & Tate (Frank C.) 
Tate's atlas of Des Moines, and plat 
directory. (Books: 1.) 
Thayer (E. W.), Springfield, 111. : 

Th ayer, Rev. E. W. The bloody sac- 
rifice. (Books: 1.) 
Thomas (P. J.), San Francisco: 

Catholic church ritual. (Books: 1.) 
Thurber (W. Scott), Chicago: 

"Pansy." (Photographs.) 
Tilfauy glass and decorating co., New 
York : 

"Alfred the Great." (Fine Arts.) 
" Christ in the house of Mary and 
Martha." (Fine arts.) 
"St. Agnes." (Fine arts.) 
"St. Alban." (Fine arts.) 
"St. John." (Fine arts.) 
"St. Luke." (Fine arts.) 



Tiffany glass and decorating co., New 
York: 

"St. Mark." (Fine arts.) 

" St. Mark." Designed by Frederick 
Wilson. (Fine arts.) 
Tooth (Arthur) & sons. New York: 

"Au revoir." (Fine arts.) 

Hopes and fears. (Fine arts.) 

"Little Nell." (Engravings, Cuts, 
and Prints. 
Tretbar (Charles F.), New York: 

Four easy duets for pianoforte; 
Bruno Oscar Klein, nos. 1-4. (Music.) 
Truth seeker company, New York: 

Paine (Thomas). The age of reason. 
(Books: 1.) 
Union publishing co., Chicago: 

Claremout [and Newport] directory 
1899. (Books: 1.) 
United (The) States printing co., Cin- 
cinnati : 

Dey done went to roost on my fishing 
pole. No. 3479. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Dis mustbeheaben. no. 3476. (Chro- 
mos and lithographs.) 

Eliza's escape, no. 3477. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

I can see dat cake a'coming. no. 
3474. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

I'm a lawyer. My name is Marks, 
no. 3473. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Legree (Simon) and his merciless 
pack of ferocious bloodhounds, no. 
3480. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Model (The), no. 3528. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Topsy iii one of her good moments, 
no. 3475. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Uncle Tom and little Eva. no. 3478. 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 
Very (Lydia L. A.), Salem, Mass. : 

Very (Lydia Louisa Anna). A strange 
disclosure. (Books: 1.) 
Vogeley (Clara M.), Philadelphia: 

Tritelia. Clara M. Vogeley. (Music.) 
Ward (Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps), 
Newton Center, Mass. : 

Phelps (Elizabeth Stuart). The 
silent partner. (Books: 1.) 
Warner (W. 0.), Meriden, Kans. : 

Constitution and by-laws of the 
Kansas benevolent as s o c i a t i o n . 
(Books: 2.) 

Washington life insurance co., New York : 

Deferred annuities. (Books: 2.) 
Wasson (B. S.) & co., Chicago: 

Smith (F. A.) Standard turn-outs on 
American railroads. (Books: 1.) 
Watson (M. E.), Bennington, Vt. : 

Souvenir calendar. (Books: 2.) 
Weaver (Addie Guthrie), Chicago: 

Weaver (Addie Guthrie). The story 
of our flag, colonial and national. 
(Books: 1.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



"Weber, Fields & Stromberg, New York: 
" Honey, vou'se my turtle dove." 
Edgar Smitli ; W.T.Francis. (Music.) 
Webster (F. S.) co., Boston : 

Kneelaud (Frank E.) Catalogue of 
tbe F. S. Webster company. (Books : 1.) 
West pub. co., St. Paul : 

Federal (The) cases. Digest of de- 
cisions of the United States circuit 
and district courts, from 1789 to 1880. 
(Books: 1.) 

Northwestern (The) reporter, v. 76. 
(Books: 1.) 
Western pub. house, Chicago : 

Lincoln (Abraham) 1809-1865, pres., 
U. S. The words of Abraham Lincoln. 
(Books: 1.) 
Whipple (Mrs. Charlotte B.), Boston: 
Whipple (Edwin Percy). Literature 
and life. (Books: 1.) 
Whitcomb (Merrick), Philadelphia: 

Whitcomb (Merrick), A literary 
source book of the Italian renaissance. 
(Books: 1.) 
White (Henry), Washington, D. C. ; 

White heather waltzes. W.G. Wil- 
marth. (Music.) 
Whitehill (Edwin H.), Sec'y of the Ameri- 
can institute of instruction, Boston: 

American institute of instruction. 
Annual meeting ; sixth-eighth meeting, 
North Conway, N. H., July 5-8, 1898. 
(Books: 1.) 
White-Smith music publishing co., Bos- 
ton: 

" Bonum est." C. C. Stearns. (Mu- 
sic.) 

-Funny (The) old fakir/' C. E. 
Pomeroy. (Music.) 

"Gloria in excelsis." C.C.Stearns. 
(Music.) 

"God is our hope and strength." C. 
C.Stearns. (Music.) 

Ideal reed-organ gems. vol. 1. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Sprites' (The) revelry. Eben H. 
Bailey. (Music.) 

" Sweet Phyllis, my angel." Minnie 
Cadigan; B.G.Fontana. (Music.) 
Whiting (Robert Rudd), Princeton, N. J. : 

Dee (The) tees. (Books: 2.) 
Wilcox (C. W.), Dallas, Tex. : 

My vision waltz. C. W. Wilcox. 
(Music.) 
Williams (John W.), Buffalo: 

Battle of Manila. (Maps and charts.) 
Battle of Santiago. (Maps and 
charts.) 



Willig (George) & co., Baltimore, Md. : 

On your way. that's about all. John 
F.Crowley. (Music.) 

Sleep, little baby, sleep! Jean C. 
Havez. (Music.) 

Wife in name only. John F. Crow- 
ley. (Music.) 
Windsor music co., Chicago: 

Secret service waltzes. Anita Owen; 
Hans S. Line. (Music.) 

When I marry Miss Dina Lee. Billy 
Caldwell. (Music.) 
Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

All bound round, with a woolen 
string. Charles Seamon. (Music.) 

Creole dance. Will Marion. (Music.) 

Darktown parade. J. W. Fischer. 
(Music.) 

He's got to be a lamp-black cullud 
man. Jean C. Havez; A. B. Sloane. 
(Music.) 

Just as the sun went down. Lyn 
Udall; T. P. Trinkaus. (Music.) 

Just one girl. Lyn Udall; T. P. 
Trinkaus. (Music.) 

Let me love you as of old. Joseph 
Standish; Chas. Mbreland. (Music.) 

Mammy's little pumpkin-colored 
coons. Hillman & Perrin; E. Rueffer. 
(Music.) 

When you were sweet sixteen. 
James Thornton. (Music.) 

Winner (The). W. H. Mackie. 
(Music.) 

With all her pleading, he would 
never tell. James O'Dea; Claude 
Christella. (Music.) 

Witmark (The) annual. (Books : 2.) 
Wittemann (A.), Brooklyn : 

Albertype (The) co. Select New 
York. (Books: 1.) 
Wood (E.T.), Chicago: 

Opera (The) of the "Little new 
baby." (Music.) 
Zanerian art college, Columbus: 

Zaner (Charles Paxton). The road to 
sketching from nature. (Books: 1.) 
Zearing (Marguerite), Denver, Colo. : 

Zearing (Marguerite). Hasta luego, 
amigo mio, and out of the silent for- 
ever. (Books: 1.) 
Zimmermann (Jul. Heinr.), Leipzig: 

Saint a la Russie. Guill Popp. 
Nos. 1-3. (Music.) 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 

Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 18, no. 2. 
Whole no. 393— January 12, 1899. 



CONTENTS 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 51 

(2) Miscellaneous 54 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 56 
H. Dramatic Compositions 60 

III. Periodicals 60 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 
tions of Music 63 

V. Maps and Chaets 77 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 77 



Page. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 80 

VIII. Photographs 81 

IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the fine 

arts) 82 

X. Index of Copyright Proprietors... 84 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1899. 



[EXPLANATION. — The titles are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as shown in 
the table of contents, and are followed by one index of copyright proprietors.] 

I. BOOKS.-(l) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue. The titles in this chapter are 
prepared by the Catalogue Department of the Library of Congress.) 



Authors. 

Achard. [Louis] Amedee [Eugene] 

The Huguenot's love; translated from 
the French by R, Duffy. New York, 
Howard, Ainslee & co*. [1898] 333 
pp. pi. ' 12°. 124 

Copyright bv Howard, Ainslee & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 75221, Dec. 23 ; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Atwood, Henry Dean. 

The last arrow, and other poems. 
Taunton, Mass., The author, 1899 [1898] 
v. 200 pp. port. 12°. 125 

Copyright bv Henry Dean Atwood, 
Taunton. Mass. 1898, no. 72168, Dec. 
12; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Burr, William H., LL.B. 

Tax collection laws of New York 
state. Containing statutes, cases, and 
explanations. . . Albany, N.Y., Weed- 
Parsons print co., 1899 [1898] 180 pp. 
12°. 126 

Copyright by William H. Burr, Roch- 
ester. " 1898, no. 75951, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Cooke. George Willis. 

John .Sullivan D wight, brook-farmer, 
editor, and critic of music; a biogra- 
phy. Boston, Small, Maynard <Sc co., 
1898. xiv. 297 pp. port, facsim. 8°. 

127 
Copyright by Small, Maynard & co., 
Boston. "1898. no. 75177. Dec. 23; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dee. 23, 1898. 

•Coolidge, Elizabeth. 

After-supper songs. Chicago and 
New York. H. S. Stone & co.. 1899 [1898] 
4 p. 1., 62pp., 11. illus. obi. 8°. 128 
Copyright by Elizabeth Coolidge, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 74931, Dee. 22; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Davis, J. Walter. 

The Gawkto wn revival club : a satire 
on hypocrites [v. 1] Minneapolis, 
The Gleaner pub. co., 1899 [1898] 16°. 

129 
Copyright by J. Walter Davis, Min- 
neapolis. 1898, no. 75876, Dec. 27; 2 
copies ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



A u th ors — C ont in n ed . 

The Electrical engineer institute of cor- 
respondence instruction. New Yorfc. 

Can I become an electrical engineer? 
Revised ed. New York, The Electri- 
cal engineer institute of correspond- 
ence instruction, 1898. 80 pp. illus. 
16°. 130 

Copyright by The Electrical engineer 
institute of correspondence instruction, 
New York. 1898, no. 69951, Dec. 1; 2 
copies ree'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Ellingwood, Einley. 

A systematic treatise on materia 
medica and therapeutics with refer- 
ence to the most direct action of drugs. 
. . . With a condensed consideration 
of pharmacy and pharmacognosy. By 
. . . J. U. Lloyd . . . Chicago, Chi- 
cago medical press co. [1898] 706 pp. 
8°. 131 

Copyright by Finlev Ellingwood, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 75872, Dec. 27; 2 
copies ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

The Fall River directory, 1899, no. 30 . . . 

' Boston, Sampson. Murdock & co., 1899 
[1898] ' 8 J . 132 

Copyright by Sampson, Murdock & 
co., Boston. 1898, no. 75950, Dec. 27 ; 2 
copies ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
The first church in Exeter, New Hamp- 
shire [1898] 

See [Perry, John Taylor] 
Gates, W[illey] Francis, ed. 

In praise of music ; three hundred and 
sixty-six selections, one for every day 
of the year, from ancient and modern 
writers . . . Philadelphia, T. Pres- 
ser, 1898. 1 p. 1., 158 pp. 12°. 133 

Copyright bv Theo. Presser, Phila- 
delphia, 1898, no. 74756, Dec. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 
Glove-trade directory, 1899; containing 
the names of glove manufacturers in 
the United States and Canada . . . v. 
2. Gloversville, N. Y., O. H. Bame & 
co., 1898. 24 . 134 

Copyright bv O. H. Bame & co., 
Gloversville. N. Y . 1898, no. 75952. Dec. 
27 ; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

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52 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors— Continued. 

Green, John Richard. 

A short history of the English peo- 
ple; with a biographical and critical 
introduction by G. B. Adams, v. 2 . . . 
[Aldine ed.] New York, D. Appleton 
& co., 1898. pi. port. 8°. (The 
world's great books) 135 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New ! 
York. 1898, no. 75838, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Harper, Ida Husted. 

The life and work of Susan B. An- 
thony; including public addresses, her 
own letters, and many from her con- j 
temporaries during fifty years ... 
Indianapolis and Kansas City. The 
Bo wen- Merrill co.. 1899 [1898] 2 v. 
pi. port. 8°. 136,137 

Copyright by The Bowen-Merrillco., 
Indianapolis. 1898, nos. 69191, 69192, 
Nov. 28 ; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Hershman, W. H. 

Manual of nature study by grades; 
to accompany the course of study for 
the city and town schools of Indiana. 
Chicago, A. Elanagan [1898] xi, 7-163 
pp. 12°. (The teacher's helper, v. 5, : 
no. 7) 138 ; 

Copyright by A. Flanagan, Chicago. 
1898, no. 75945, Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 27, 1898. 

In the land of the hills [1898] 
See [Nicolls, William Jasper] 

The International correspondence schools, 
Scranton, Pa. 

An elementary treatise on gas fitting 
... 1st ed. Scranton, The Colliery 
engineer co., 1898. 4 v. 8° & obi. 4°. 

139-142 
Contents. 
v. 1. Arithmetic, mensuration, mechanics, 

fas and gas fitting, electric-light wiring, and 
ell work . . . 
v. 2. Mechanical drawing. 
v. 3. Tables and formulas. 
v.4. Answers to questions. 

Copyright by The Colliery engineer 
co., Scranton. 1898, no. 56949-56952, 
Sept. 28; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 6, 
1899. 

Jones, Sanmel Arthur, ed. 

Some unpublished letters of Henry 
D. and Sophia E. Thoreau ; a chapter 
in the history of a still-born book . . . 
Jamaica, Queensborough, N. Y., The 
Marion press, 1899. xxxvi,86pp. pi. 
port. 8°. 143 

Copyright by Samnel Arthur Jones, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 1898, no. 73290, Dec. 
16; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Authors— Continued. 

Leonard, Gardner Cotrell, and Taylor, 
Henry C. and Whelan, Charles T. eds. 

Songs of Williams. Williamstown, 
Mass., The editors. 1898. 2 p. 1., 143, [1] 
pp. 4°. 144 

Copyright by Gardner C. Leonard, 
Henry C. Taylor, and Chas. T. "Whelan, 
Albany, N. Y., Westfield and Williams- 
town. Mass. 1898, no. 58543. Oct. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Lewis, R[ees] J[ones] 

Four centuries, and other poems. 
Kansas City, Mo., H. T. Wright, 1898. 
130, [5] pp. port. 16 c . 145 

Copyright by Rees J. Lewis, West- 
port, Mo. 1898, no. 74872, Dec. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Merck's 1899 manual of the materia med- 
ica, together with a summary of thera- 
peutic indications and a classification 
of medicaments . . . New York, 

Merck & co. [1898] 16°. 146 

Copyright by Merck & co., New York. 
1898, no. 76408, Dec. 28 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 27, 1898. 

Millard, Bailey. 

She of the West. New York, Con- 
tinental pub. co., 1899 [1898] 264 pp. 
12°. - 147 

Copyright by Continental pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 75489, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Moler, A. B. 

The barbers' manual. Chicago, G. 
E. Miller & co., 1898. 63, [1] pp. lllus. 
24°. 148 

Copyright by Arthur B. Moler, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75878, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Moody, D[ wight] L[ymau] 

One thousand and one thoughts 
from my library. Chicago and East 
Northfield, Mass., The Bible institute 
colportage ass'u. [1898] 396 pp. 12°. 

149 
Copyright by Fleming II. Revel] co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 75874, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

[Nicolls, William Jasper] 

In the land of the hills [anon. 
Philadelphia, Preston coal & coke co., 
1898] 20 pp. 16°. 150 

Copyright by William Jasper Nicolls, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 75901, Dee. 27 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

O'Reilly, Joseph. 

Seven jewels from our Saviour's lips 
and how to set them. Together with 
a simple explanation of the "Hail 



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Authors — Continued. 



Authors — Continued, 



O'Reilly, Joseph. 
Maryland "Holy Mary." Los An- 
geles, M'Elheney," 1898." 48 pp. 16°. 

151 
Copyright hv Joseph O'Reilly, Los 
Angeles. 1898,' no. 75899, Dec/ 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Peele, W. J. eomp. 

Lives of distinguished North Caro- 
linians, with illustrations and speeches 
. . . Raleigh [North Carolina pub. 
society] 1898." 605 pp. port. 8 C . 152 

Contents. 

Badger, George E., by W. A. Graham, p. 181. 

Bragg, Thomas, bv P. Cowper. p. 306. 

Davie, William P^, hv W. Clark, p. 59. 

Gaston, William, by W. H. Battle, p. 150. 

Graham. "William A., bv AL MeGehee. 
p. 333. 

Grimes. Bryan, bv H. A. London, p. 195. 

Hill. Daniel H., by A. C. Avery, p. 524. 

Macon, Daniel, by T. H. Benton and W. X. 
Edwards, p. 81. 

Aloore. Bartholomew F.. by E. G. Haywood, 
p. 378. 

Murpv, Archibald D M by W. A. Graham. 
p. 111. 

Pender. William D., by W. A. Montgomerv. 
p. 436. 

Pettigrew. J. Johnston, by Mrs. C. P. Spen- 
cer, p. 413. 

Eamseur, Stephen D.. bv W. E. Cox. p. 456. 

Puffin, Thomas, by W. A. Graham, p. 284. 

Swain, David L.", by Z.B-. Vance, p. 229. 

Copyright by W. J. Peele, Raleigh, 
N.C. '1896. no. 65515, Dec. 2; 2 copies 
rec"d Jan. 6, 1899. 
[Perry, John Taylor] 

The first church in Exeter, New 
Hampshire. 1638-1888—1698-1898 
[anon.] Exeter [The News-letter 

press] 1898. 129 pp. 8 3 153 

Copyright by John Taylor Perry, U. S. 
1898, no. 72607, Dec. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1899. 

Phillips, Andrew W., and Strong, Wendell 
M. 

Elements of trigonometry, plane and 
spherical. New York and London, 
Harper & bros., 1899. vii, 138 pp. 8°. 
(Phillips-Loomis mathematical series) 

154 
Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898, no. 60259, Oct. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



Polk, R. L. & co. 

R. L. Polk & co's Stillwater city 
directory, 1898-99 .. . [5th ed.] St. 
Paul, R. L. Polk & co., 1898. 8 . 155 

Copyright by R. L. Polk & co., St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 74932, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Riley, B. F. 

A history of the Baptists in the 
southern states east of the Mississippi. 
Philadelphia, American Baptist pub. 
soc, 1898. 376 pp. 12°. 156 

Copyright by American Baptist pub. 
soc, 'Philadelphia. 1898, no. 43992, 
July 23; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Rogers, Arthur. 

Men and movements in the English 
church. New York, London [etc.] 
Longmans. Green & co., 1898. x pp., 
1 1., 374 pp., 1 1. port. 12°. 157 

Copy right by Longmans, Green & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74755, Dec. 21; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Shute, Katharine H. com}). 

The land of song; book 1. For pri- 
mary grades. Edited by L. Dunton. 
New York, Boston [etc.] Silver, Burdett 
& co., 1898. 192 pp. illus. 12°. 158 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
New York. 1898,no.75870, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Tolstoi, L[iov] N[ikolaevich] graf. 

The novels and other works of Lyof 
N. Tolstoi, [v. 2] New York, C. Scrib- 
ner's sons, 1899 [1898] pi. 8°. 159 

Contents. 
v. 2. War and peace, v. 2. 

Copyright by Thomas Y. Crowell & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 75873, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Whipple, Edwin P[ercy] 

Success and its conditions. Boston 
& New York, Houghton, Miffien & co.. 
1899 [1898] iv pp., 11., 333 pp. 12-'. 

160 
Copyright by Mrs. Charlotte B. Whip- 
ple, Boston. 1898, no. 71368, Dec. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



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I. BOOKS.— (2) MISCELLANEOIS. 

(Classified under the term "BOOKS," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically hy 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Algebra; examination questions. 42 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton. 1898. no.75499, Dec. 24; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Arithmetic, section 1, 18 A; instruction 



paper. 2d ed. 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co. 



, no. 70549, 
19, 1898. 



Dec. 



43 

, Scran- 
copies 



44 
Scran- 
copies 



ton. 189! 
ree'd Dec 
Question paper. 2d ed. 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co. 
ton. 1898, no. 72176, Dec. 12 ; 2 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Section 2, 18 B ; question paper. 2d 

ed. 45 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton. 1898, no. 73294, Dec, 16; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec, 21, 1898. 

Section 3, 18 C ; question paper. 2d 

ed. 46 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton. 1898, no. 72177, Dec. 12 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Section 4, 18 D ; question paper. 2d 

ed. 47 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton. 1898, no. 71903, Dec. 10; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Section 5, 18 E ; question paper. 2d 

ed. 48 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton. 1898, no. 71904, Dec. 10; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Section 6, 18 F; question paper. 2d 

ed. 49 

Copyright by Colliery eng. co., Scran- 
ton. 1898, no. 71905, Dec. 10; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 
Asbestos. Paints, colors, varnishes, etc. 

50 

Copyright by H.W.Johns ml'g, co., 

New York. 1898, no. 74362, Dec. 20; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Barr (Robert). An ode to four thousand 

girls. 51 

Copyright by Siegel-Cooper co. em- 
ployees' ass'n, New York. 1898, no. 
74333, Dec. 20; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 21, 



Bible (The) study union (or Blakeslee) 
graded lessons. The Bible study manual 
for the courses on the life of Christ and 
on gospel teachings. Specimen pages ; 
new lessons for 1899. 52 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1898. no. 72256, Dec. 12; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



Bible (The; study union (or Blakeslee) 
graded lessons. Gospel teachings; or, 
lessons from the deeds and words of 
Christ. In nine parts, v. 9. no. 1, 
first quarter. Lessons 1-13. 53 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 72257, Dec. 12 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Catalogo ilustrado, con pesos brutos e 
medidas cubicas, de utensilios de agri- 
cultura fabricados; por Kobson e coni- 
panhia, Catalogo, no. 106. 54 

Copyright by Hobson & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 74366, Dec. 20; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Childs' rare flowers, vegetables, and 

fruits, 1899. 55 

Copyright by John Lewis Childs, 

Floral Park, N. Y. 1898, no. 74032, Dec, 

19; 2* copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Color card; H. W. Johns' liquid paints, 
roof paints, and floor paints. Asbestos. 

56 
Copyright by H. W.Johns' rnfg. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74361, Dec. 20; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 21, 18U8. 

', Debenture of the Atlanta debenture- 
redemption co. 57 
Copyright by JohnC. Reed and Wm. 
H. Morrow, Atlanta, 1898, no. 75889, 
Dec. 27 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
! Dryer (C. R.) Geography of Indiana, 

58 
Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 1898, no. 44818, July 27; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 
; Elements (The) of municipal engineer- 
ing; mapping plates, 1st ed. 59 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranlon. 1898, no. 68546. .Nov. 25; 2 
copies ree'd Dec, 21. 1898. 
Eno(Paul). Formation of mandolin and 
guitar clubs. 60 
Copyright by Stewart & Bauer, Phil- 
adelphia, 1898, no. 75233, Dec. 23; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 
Eraser (A. L.) Table of legal weights, 
per bushel, of agricultural and mineral 
products, etc. 61 
Copyright by Allied L. Eraser, Yon- 
kers, N. Y. 1898, no. 65078, Nov. 7; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 17, 189S. 
"From day to day." 62 
Copyright by Livermore & Knight 
co., Providence. 1898, no. 74935, Dec. 
22; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



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Titles — Coutinued. 



Titles — Continued. 



General information of Racine city, house, 
and business pocket directory, v. 1, 
1898, 1899. 63 

Copyright by Stewart brothers., Mil- 
waukee. " 1898, no. 65093, Nov. 7; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Geometrical drawing, 93; instruction pa- 
per. 3d ed. 64 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1898, uo. 71902, Dec. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Good thiugs to know. 65 

Copyright by W. P. Main co., Iowa 
City, la. "1898, no 75891, Dec. 27 ; 1 copy 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

History (A) of games, and how to make 

home pleasant. 66 

Copvright v by N. O Starks, Madison, 

Wis. *1898, no. 75900, Dec. 27; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

How many blocks in the pile ? 67 

Copyright by Martinka & co., New 
York. 1898, no". 75958, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

How twenty people got well. 68 

Copyright by E. M. Pratt, Chicago. 
1898, no. 71389, Dec. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 23, 1898. 

Hull (Moses). The devil and the advent- 
ists ; a brief review of some of the re- 
cent attacks made by advents on spir- 
itualism. 69 
Copyright by Moses Hull, Buffalo. 
1898, no. 69675, Nov. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 19, 1898. 

Imperial granum directions. 70 

Copyright by Imperial granum co., 
New Haven. 1898, no. 76410, Dec. 28: 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Keyes (Stephen F.) The War of 1898. 

71 
Copyright by Stephen F. Keyes, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 65649, Nov. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Kinloch telephone company directory. 
Bulletin no. 5, Dec, 1898. 72 

Copyright by Kinloch telephone co., ' 
St. Louis, Mo. ' 1898, no. 75890, Dec. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Little (G. K.) The first Christmas morn- 
ing and childhood of Jesus; selected 
and arranged by G. K. Little. 73 j 

Copyright by G. K. Little, Lisbon, I 
Iowa. 1898, no. 75886, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies i 
rec'd Dec. 27, 



Manufacturers (The) and importers in 

the dry goods trade, 1899. 74 

Copyright by J. B. Bradford, New 

York. 1898, no. 74886, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

I 

Mutch (L. K. ) Health handbook. 75 

Copyright by Leslie R. Mutch, Spo- 
kane, Wash. 1898, no. 75897, Dec. 27 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Ober (Frank W.) For men; the white 

cross. " Sins of the flesh." 76 

Copyright by Mabel L. Conklin, 

Brooklyn. 1898, no. 63057, Oct. 27; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Outline studies in English literature ; a 
guide to the reading and study of mas- 
terpieces in literature. 77 
Copyright 'by George Osborne Turk, 
Dallas, Tex. 1898, no. 66039, Nov. 11; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Patton (James E.) co.'s illustrated paint- 
brush catalogue. 78 
Copyright by James E. Patton co., 
Milwaukee. 1898, no. 67889, Nov. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Pealer (S. M. ) Present theories of 
Christ's eating the Passover ; the cruci- 
fixion ; burial ; and resurrection ; com- 
pletely revolutionized by reckoning 
time before the advent of light. 79 

Copyright by S. M. Pealer, Carthage, 
Mo. 1898, no. 65082, Nov. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 20, 1898. 

Pratt (E. M.) The advertiser himself. 

80 
Copyright bv E. M. Pratt, Chicago. 
1898, no. 68611,"Nov. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 10, 1898. 

Prince (James H.) paint co. Historic 

Boston; calendar for 1899. 81 

Copyright by James H. Prince paint 

co., Boston. 1898, no. 74040, Dec. 19; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Remington's (Edward P.) list: the large 
dailies of the United States and Can- 
ada, 82 
Copyright by Edward P. Remington, 
Pittsburg. 1898, no. 75495, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Royal (The) system for cutting ladies', 

misses', and children's garments. 83 

Copyright bv Royal pattern co., 

New York. 1898, no. 73297, Dec. 16; a 

copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Sioux City and its environments; col- 
lected and arranged by R. M. Dott. 

84 
Copyright by R. M. Dott, Sioux City, 
Iowa. 1898, no. 72608, Dec. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Special catalogue . . . of the Northwest- 
ern library association, fall and winter, 
1898-99. 85 

Copyright by Northwestern library 
association, Chicago. 1898, no. 69199, 
Nov. 28; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

To insure prompt replies. 86 

Copvright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1898, no. 71898, Dec. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Vincent ( Lexie) . Instructions for playing 
the game, Moses an d the prophets . 87 
Copyright by Lexie Vincent, Paris, 



Mo. 1898, no. 74670, 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



Dec. 21; 2 copies 



Wells (Amos R). Pledge points. (Chris- 
tian endeavor seed, no. 1.) 88 

What the pledge-card said. 89 

Copyright by United society Chris- 
tian endeavor, Boston. 1898, nos. 
73103, 73102, Dec. 15; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 21, 



Titles — Continued. 

Western electrician's lamp-lighting 
schedule; moonlight svstem for 1899. 

90 
Copyright by Electrician pub. co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 73604, Dec. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

What should we know about Chicago? 

91 
Copyright by E. M. Pratt, Chicago. 
1898, no. "71431, Dec. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 23, 1898. 

Why are we sick? 92 

Copyright by Electrominus co., 
Denver. 1898, no. 75881, Dec. 27. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Wiziarde's annual, 1898. 93 

Copyright by Robert Wiziarde, Kan- 
| sas City, Mo. 1898, no. 72254, Dec. 12; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Zaegel's sweetest essence : a life preserver. 

94 
Copyright by Max R. Zaegel, She- 
boygan, Wis. 1898, no. 67901, Nov. 21; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



I. BOOKS.— (3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

Classified under the terra "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Americans start for home. 64 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74131, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Banished to Egypt. Berlin, Dec. 18. 65 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74940, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Battleships at Valparaiso. Valparaiso, 
Dec. 19. 66 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74953. Dec. 22 : 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Belgian queen at the opera. 67 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74122, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Britain buys of us. London, Dec. 19. 68 
Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no.' 74955, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Britain's demand to Spain. 69 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1898, no' 74123, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track, 85; chis- 
els. 70 
Copyright by W. M. Camp, Chicago. 
1898, no. 73104, Dec. 15; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 19, 1898. 

Campos may form a cabinet. 71 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74944, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Charity bazar in Nice. Nice, Dec. 10. 72 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1808. no. 74060, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21,1808. 

Chicago (The) record's home study cirele ; 
directed by Prof. Seymour Eaton. 
Autumn -winter term, 1898 00. Courses 
of instruction, no. 203, Mon., Dec. 12, 
'08. Night school course; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 13, '98. 73 

no. 201, Tues., Dec. 13, '08, Popular 

studies in Shakespeare; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 11, '08. 74 

no. 20."). Wed., Dec. 14, '08, Elemen- 
tary mathematics; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 
15/98. 75 

no. 296, Thurs., Dec. 15, '08, Draw- 
ing, designing, and illustrating ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 16, '08. 76 

no. 207, Fri., Dec. 16, '08, Popular 

studies in Shakespeare; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 17, '08. 77 

no. 208, Sat., Dec. 17, '08, The world's 

greatest musicians. 78 

Corn-right by Seymour Eaton, Lans- 
downe, Pa. 1808, nos. 58624-58620, Oct. 
5; 2 copies each rec'd, Dec. 13 to Dec. 
10, 1808. 

Coast (The) guard service. 70 

Copyright by C. F. Nash, San Diego. 
1808, no. 65103, Nov. 7; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 21. 1808. 
Cox (P.) The Brownies and the tide. 80 
Copyright by Palmer Cox, New York. 
1808, no. 71083", Dec. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 17, 1808. 
Curiosities. 81 

Copyright by George Newnes, ltd., 
London. 1808", no. 75450, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1808. 

Defends his memory. Paris, Dec. 18. 82 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1808, no. 74042, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1808. 

Diagram of six-gored skirt. Illustration 

no. 5173. 83 

Copyright by S. T. Taylor's co.. New 

York. 1808, no. 75103, Dec. 23 ; 2 conies 

rec'd Dec. 23, 1808. 

Difficult situation in Galicia. Cracow, 
' Dec. 18. 84 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1808, no. 74043, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1808. 

Don Carlos returns to Yenice. Venice, 
Dec. 18. 85 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. ~1808. no. 74017, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1808. 



Titles — Continued. 

Doyle(A.Conan). Round the fire. chap. 
8, The story of the japanned box. 86 
Copyright by George Newnes, ltd., 
London. 1808. no. 75440, Dec. 24 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 24, 1808. 

Emperor joins in a bear hunt. 87 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1808, no. 74118, Dec. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 10, 1808. 

Engaged to marry a countess. Brussels, 
Dec. 10. 88 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1808, no. 74061, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1808. 

Expected French sympathy. 80 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1808, no. 74120, Dec, 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 10, 1808. 

Fear for the Kaiser. 00 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1808, no. 74130, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 10, 1808. 

i Fierce storm on the Baltic. 01 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1808, no." 74134, Dec. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 10, 1808. 

Fight in a Havana suburb. Havana, 
Dec. 18. 02 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1808, no. 74938, Dec. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1808. 

Former British minister dead. Edin- 
burg, Dec. 10. 03 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1808, no. 74052, Dec. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1808. 

i Gale (James M.) An act defining money, 
establishing government banks, a rapid 
message service, and executive depart- 
ment, etc. 04 
Copyright by James M. Gale, York- 
ville, 111. 1808, no. 11854, Feb. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1808. 
Germany's position in Samoa. 05 
Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1808, no" 74117, Dec. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 10, 1808. 
Gives Austria notice. Berlin, Dec. 10. 

96 
Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1808, no". 74051, Dec. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1808. 
Grand duke has a hard voyage. Mos- 
cow, Dec. 18. 07 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1808, no. 74048, Dec. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1808. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Gunboat, Helena, at Naples. Naples, Dec. 
18. 98 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 71941, Dec. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Jacobs (W. W.) The tragedy of the 
Chistmas ghost. 99 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 1898. no. 71845, Dec. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Jews are driven out. 100 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no'. 74125, Dec. 19; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898.. 



Lacks a real leader. 



101 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74119, Dec. 19;. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Lord and Lady Curzon set sail. 102 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1898. no!' 74132, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

McCulloch- Williams (M.) A Christmas 
choice. 103 

Copyright by Mrs. Martha McCul- 
loch- Williams, 'New York. 1898, no. 
71981, Dec. 10; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 
1898. 

McLaws (Lafayette). The mystery of 

Mr. Cain. 104 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 1898, no. 74024, Dec. 19; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

May be ashes of Julius Caesar. 105 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago, 1898,no.74114, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

May keep France out. 106 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74126, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Middy (The) and the savage maid. 107 

Copyright by Lie wella Pierce Church- 
ill, U. S. 1898, no. 74763, Dec. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

New bridge over the Rhine. 108 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74136, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



New railway in Bohemia 
Dec. 18. 



Carlsbad, 
109 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74949, Dec. 22; 2 conies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

New (The) year styles. 110 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 74761, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Opposed to a separate flag. Ill 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no/74121, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec, 19, 1898. 

Opposition to Prince George. Vienna, 
Dec. 18. 112 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no." 74939, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Rome, 
113 



Palace of the Doges decayinj 
Dec. 18. 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74946, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Pays for the damage done. Naples, Dec. 
18. 114 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74945. Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

London, 
115 



Peace Sunday in England. 
Dec. 18. 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no." 74950, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Deo 21, 1898. 

Political crisis in Spain. Madrid, Dec. 
19. 116 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no.' 74962, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Political uncertainty in Spain. 117 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no! 74133, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Prizes for art criticisms. 118 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74127, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Race bitterness in France 1 . Paris, Dec. 
19. 119 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74959, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Re-enters the Swiss armv. Zurich, Dec. 
19. 120 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74957, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Reforms in penal settlements. 121 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74129, I )ec. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— CONTINUED. 



Titles — Continued. 

Saved from drowning, to freeze. Stock- 
holm, Dec. 19. 122 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 74951, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Seek a successor to Szilagyi. 123 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no.' 74963, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Switzerland's new president. 124 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. '1898, no. 74124, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Threaten violence to opponent. 125 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74128, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

To change the bed of the river. 126 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74135, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Tompkins (Dr. George) . Christly science 

and Bible science alphabet. 127 

Copyright by George Tompkins, New 

York. 1898, no. 75493, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 

ree'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 

star, Dec. 14, 1898.) 128 

Copyright bv Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 73678, Dec. 

17 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Dec. 15, 1898. 129 



Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 74153, Dec. 
19; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Dec. 16, 1898. 130 | 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 74154, Dec. | 
19; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 

star, Dec. 17, 1898.) 131 

Copyright by Kansas City .star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 74451, Dec. 

20; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Dec. 19, 1898. 132 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. .1898, no. 74969, Dec. 
22; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Dec. 20, 1898. 133 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898. no. 75235, Dec. 
23; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Visited by the Sultan. Moscow, Dec. 19. 

134 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74956, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec, 21, 1898. 

Watson (John). A residuary. By Ian 
Maclaren [pseud]. 135 

Copyright by John Watson, Great 
Britain. 1898. no. 74632, Dec. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Where the soldiers' clothes are made, 

136 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 74761, Dec. 21; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

White (Michael Gilford). Kipling as a 

schoolboy. 137 

Copyright by S. S. McClnre co., New 

York. 1898, no. 71985, Dec. 10 ; 2 copies 

ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Wins the favor of the Pope. 138 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74115, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Worrying the Italian ministry. 139 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 74958, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



60 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically Toy titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

"All upset." Robert C. V. Meyers. 8 

Copyright by Lyceum pub. co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, uo. 73710, Dec. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Boy (The) : a comedy in 3 acts, by Allison 

M. Lederer. 9 

Copyright by Allison M. Lederer, 

Ridgewood, N. J. 1898, no. 74687, Dec. 

21 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Litigation: a 3-act comedy in verse. 
"Les plaideurs," by Jean Racine 
(Paris, 1666) ; translated into English 
verse by Charles Renauld. 10 

Copyright by Charles Renauld, New 
York. * 1898, no. 74686, Dec. 21 ; 2 conies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Polyeucte, a martyr: a Christian trag- 
edy, by Pierre Corneille (1640) ; trans- 
lated into English verse by Charles 
Renauld. 11 

Copyright bv Charles Renauld, New 
York. 1898, no. 74685. Dec. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Redmonds (The). By Mrs. Ellen N. Allen. 

12 
Copyright bv Ellen N. Allen, Fort 
Pierce, Fla. 1898, no. 74045, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

"Trip (The) of the billionaires: " a farce 
comedy in 3 acts ; W. J. Thorold. 13 
Copyright bv W. J. Thorold, New- 
York. 1898, no. 75237, Dec. 23; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



III. PERIODICAL; 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Titles. 

American digest. Dec. 1898. (Rec'd 

Jan. 12, 1899.) v 71 

Copyright bv West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1898, no. 70669. 

American investments and financial opin- 
ions. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 

72 
Copyright by Niagara pub. co., Buf- 
falo. 1898, no. 71920. 

American society of civil engineers. , 
Dec, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) 73 ! 

Copyright by American society of 
civil engineers, New York. 1898, no. i 
75260. 

Annals of American academy. Jan., I 

1899. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 74 j 
Copyright by American academy of 

political and social science, Philadel- I 
phia. 1898, no. 75515. 

Anthony's photographic bulletin. Jan., ! 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) 75 j 

Copyright by E. &. H. T. Anthony & ! 
co., New York. 1898, no. 71458. 



Astrophysical 
(Rec'd Jan. ( 



journal. 
1899.) 



Dec, 1898. 



Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 53790. 



Titles — Continued. 

Biblical world. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 

9,1899.) 77 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 53748. 

Bon ton. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) 

78 
Copyright by S. T. Taylor co., New 
York. 1898, no. 75917. 

Boston daily globe. Jan. 4, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899.) 79 

Jan. 5, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) 

80 

Jan. 6, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1899.) 

81 

Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 

82 
Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 
1898, n os. 59696-59699.) 

Carpentry and building. Jan., 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 

Copyright by David Williams co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76421. 

Catholic news. Jan. 11, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1899.) 84 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74467. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Chicago dry goods reporter. Jan. 7, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 85 

Copyright by Dry goods reporter 
co.. Chicago. 1898, no. 67334. 
Christian herald. Jan. 4, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1899.) 86 

Jan. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Jan 10. 1899.) 

87 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. * 1898, nos. 74974. 74975. 

Church economist. Nov. 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899.) 88 

Copyright by Church economist pub. 
co., New York. 1898, no. 64417. 

Collier's weekly. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899.) " 89 

Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1899.) 

90 
Copyright by Peter Feuelon Collier, 
New York. 1898, nos. 59078. 59079. 

Concert goer. Jan. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
7,1899.) 91 

Copyright by Wilcox, Haigh & El- 
lery co., New York. 1898, no. 57813. 

Engineering record. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899.) 92 

Copyright by Engineering record, 
New York. 1898, no. 71186. 

Engineers' club of Philadelphia (Pro- 
ceedings.) v. 15, no. 5. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1899.) 93 

Copyright by Engineers' club of 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 73345. 

Forum. Jan. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 

94 
Copyright by Forum pub. co..New 
York/ 1898, no. 74372. 

Happy days. Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
12. 1899.) 95 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1898, no. 70950. 

Harper's bazar. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1899.) 96 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898, no. 74695. 

Harper's weekly. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899.) 97 

Jan. 14,1899. (Rec'd Jan. 12,1899.) 

98 
Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898, n os. 74708, 74709. 

Inland printer. Jan. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 

9,1899.) 99 

Copyright by Inland printer co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 74170. 



Titles — Continued. 

Insurance critic. Dec. 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
9,1899.) 100 

Copyright by George W. Corliss, New 
York. 1898, no. 12500. 

Jewish comment. Jan. 6, 1899. (Rec'd 

Jan. 7, 1899.) 101 

Copyright by Max Myers and David 

G. Rosenstock, Baltimore. 1898, no. 

74186. 

Journal of school geography. Jan. 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. ) 102 

Copyright by Richard E. Dodge, New 
York. 1898, no. 74156. 

Journal of the American medical asso- 
ciation. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 9, 
1899.) 103 

Copyright by American medical asso- 
ciation, Chicago. 1898, no. 63846. 

Judge. Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 
1899.) 104 

Copyright by Judge pub. co., New 
York/ 1898, no. 58433. 

League leaflets. Feb. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
11, 1899.) 105 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 1898, no. 71710. 

Leslie's weekly. Jan. 12, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899.) 106 

Copyright by Arkell weekly co.. New 
York. 1898, no. 58459. 

Library bulletin, y. 1, no. 12. (Rec'd 

Jan. 9, 1899.) 107 

Copyright by H. Parmalee library 
co., Chicago. 1898, no. 72923. 

Medical news. Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
2, 1899.) 108 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., New 
York. 1898, no'. 697. 

Messenger of the sacred heart. Feb., 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 12, 1899.) 109 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 1898, no. 71722. 

(Supplement.) Feb., 1899. rRec'd 

Jan. 11, 1899. ) 110 

Copyright bv Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 1898, no. 71734. 



Mothers' club helper. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 12, 1899.) Ill 

Copyright by Wood-Allen pub. co., 
Ann Arbor. 1898, no. 50637. 

Munsej-'s magazine. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan 2,1899.) 112 

Copyright by Frank A. Munsey, New 
York. 1898, no. 74456. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Ti t les — Continued . 

National magazine. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 9, 1899.) 113 

Copyright by W. W. Potter co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 71 180. 

National nurseryman. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 

Jan. 10, 1899.) v 114 

Copyright by National nurseryman 

pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 1898, no. 

6603. 

National provisiouer. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 9, 1899.) 115 

Copyright by Joseph H. Senner. New 
York. 1898, no. 67510. 

New century. Dec. 3, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
2,1899.) * 116 

Dec. 10, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1899.) 

117 

Dec. 17, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1899.) 

118 
Copyright by Katharine A. Tinglev, 
New York. 1898, nos. 74775-74777. 

New England homestead. Dec. 31. 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 119 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., 
Springfield, Mass. 1897, no. 71642. 

New York Catholic news. Jan. 7, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 120 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74518. 

New York herald. Jan. 5, 1899, (Rec'd 

121 
(Rec'd Jan. 7, 1899.) 

122 
(Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 

123 
(Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 

124 
(Rec'd Jan. 10, 1899.) 

125 
(Rec'd Jan. 11, 1899.) 

126 
(Rec'd Jan. 12, 1899.) 

127 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, nos. 74396-74402. 

New York teachers' magazine. Jan., 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1899.) 128 

Copyright by Fred T. Alder, man- 
ager, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 1898, no. 68565. 

New York times. Jan. 5, 1899. (Rec'd 

129 
(Rec'd Jan. 7, 1899.) 

130 
(Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 

131 
(Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 

132 
(Rec'd Jan. 10, 1899.) 

133 



Jan. 6, 1899.) 

— Jan. 6. 1899. 

— Jan. 7, 1899. 

— Jan. 8, 1899. 

— Jan. 9, 1899. 

— Jan. 10, 1899 

— Jan. 11. 1899. 



Jan. 6, 1899.) 

— Jan. 6, 1899. 

— Jan. 7, 1899. 

— Jan. 8, 1899. 

— Jan. 9, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

New York times. Jan. 10, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1899.) 134 

Jan. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1899.) 

135 
Copyright by New York times co., 
New York. 1898, nos. 73731-73737. 

New York times weekly. Jan. 1, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3,1899.) ' 136 

Copyright by New York times co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76420. 

Nick Carter weekly, no. 106. (Jan. 7. 
1899.) 137 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1898, no. 74192. 

Open court. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 9, 
1899.) 138 

Copyright by Open court pnb. co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 73325. 

Pennsylvania county court reports. Jan. 
7,1899. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1899.) 139 

Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson & 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, no. 70391. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Jan. 6, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) 140 

Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1899.) 

141 

Jan. 8, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 

142 

Jan. 9, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 

143 

Jan. 10, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1899.) 

144 

Jan. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1899.) 

145 

Jan. 12. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1899.) 

146 
Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, nos. 51130- 
51136. 

Phono-meter. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 
1899.) 147 

Copyright by Geo. Andrew Lewis, 
Detroit. 1898, no. 73390. 

Planets and people. Jan., Feb., Mar., 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 148 

Copyright by F. E. Ormsbw Chicago. 
1898, no. 74767. 

Pluck and luck. Jan. 11, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1899.) 149 

Copyright by Frank Tousev, New 
York. 1898, no. 70945. 

Popular osteopath. Jan., 1899. (Reo'd 

Jan. 2, 1899.) 150 

Copyright by Popular osteopath 

pub. co., Kirksville, Mo. 1898, no. 75206. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Quaker. Jan.. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1899.) 

151 
Copyright bv Frank A. Munsey, New 
York.' 1»98, no. 74459. 

Rand-McXallv central railway guide. 
Jan.. 1899. ' (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) "~ 152 
Copyright by American railway 
guide co.. Chicago. 1898, uo. 72341. 

Rand-McXallv official railway guide. 
Jan., 1899. * (Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 153 
Copyright by American railway 
guide co.^Chicago. 1898, no. 72350. 

Rand-McXallv western railway guide. 
Jan., 1899. ' (Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 154 
Copyright by American railway 
guide eo", Chicago. 1898. no. 72347. 

Recreation. Jan.. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1899.) 155 

Copyright by G. 0. Shields. New 
York. 1898, no. 70214. 

Reliable poultry journal. Jan., 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) 156 

Copyright bv Reliable poultry jour- 
nal pub. co., Quincy. 111. 1898, no." 72312. 

Standard. Dec. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 
1899.) 157 

Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 12. 1899. ^ 

158 
Copyright by James A. Xoeton, Xew 
York. " 1898, nos. 61271, 61275. 

Sunday school world. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 

Jan. 11, 1899.) 159 

Copyright by American Sunday 

school uuion. Philadelphia. 1898.no. 

72007. 



Titles — Continued. 

Superintendent and foreman. Jan. 10, 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. ) 160 

Copyright bv Joseph Van Ness. Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 71678. 

! Table talk. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 
1899.) 161 

Copyright by Table talk pub. co., 
Philadelphia. *1898, no. 73764. 

Tip top weeklv. no. 143. (Rec'd Jan. 1, 

1899.) 162 

Copyright bv Street & Smith, Xew 
York. 1898, no. 74190. 

Truth. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1899.) 

163 
Copyright bv Truth company, Xew 
York. 1898, no. 73612. 

Verdict. Jan. 9, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6. 
1899.) 164 

Copyright bv Verdict pub. co., Xew 
York. ' 1898, no. 74463. 

Western electrician. Dec. 31, 1898. 

(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 165 

Copyright bv Electrical pub, co., 
Chicago. 1897," no. 74189^. 

Wire. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 

166 
Copyright bv H. C. Jamison co., Xew 
i York. 1898, no. 74688. 

Work and win. Jan. 13. 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1899.) 167 

Copyright by Frank Tousev, New 
York." 1898, no. 70958. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AINTD COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Albumblatt. Duo fiir klavier und vio- 
line, von M. Perv: op. 21. London. 
Schott & co. 192 

Copyright by B. Schott's sohne, Ma- 
yenee. Germany. 1898. no. 73239, Dec. 
16; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

All for me. Words by Mrs. Frank A. 
Breck; music by J. H. Tenney. 193 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no\ 73880. Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continned. 

All the world around. Words by Jennie 
Wilson ; music by C. E. Koch. 194 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73838, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Am grabe des sangesgenossen. Gedieht 
von Paul Baehr; fiir vierstimmigen 

mannerchor, von Ruland Aysslinger: 
op. 18. Offenbach a. Main, Johann 
Andre. 195 

Copyright by Johann Andre, Offen- 
bach a. Main, Germany. 1898, no. 74336, 
Dec. 20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



America, beloved land. Words by Ab- 
bott Frederick ; music by Lester Price. 

196 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 73825, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
reed Dec. 19, 1898. 

American (The) girl waltzes, by J. Lenz- 
berg; arranged by Fred Lux for or- 
chestra. 197 
Copyright by P. J. Lanmier, Balti- 
more. 1898, no. 74385, Dec. 20; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

American victory march, composed by 
Chas. Bendix. '[Piano.] 198 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 68046, Nov. 21 ; 1 
copy ree'd Nov. 21 ; 1 copv ree'd Dec. 
19, i898. 

Anitra's tanz. Peer Gynt suite. Greig: 
op. 46; arranged for guitar by C. F. E. 
Fiset. 199 

Copyright by Stewart & Bauer, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 72031, Dec. 10; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Anniversary day. Words by E. E. Hew- 
itt; music by' A. W. Lawrence. 200 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no'. 73824, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Are you coming? Words by E. B, Latta; 
music by F. S. Shepard. ' 201 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73840, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd.Dec. 19, 1898. 

Are you ready? Words by C. H. G. ; mu- 
sic by Vera G. Gabriel. 202 j 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- ■ 
cago. 1898, no. 73874, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

As long as I live. Words by E. E. Hew- | 
itt; music by Lester Price. 203 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73865, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

At the sound of the signal bell. Words 
by Will A. Heelan; music by Max 
Dreyfus. 204 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 72207, Dec. 12 ; 2 copies I 
ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

B. M. I. waltzes, composed by Georgiana ! 
Price. 205 

Copyright by Miss Georgiana Price, ! 
Jersey City. 1898, no. 69520, Nov. 29 ; | 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 



Babe of Bethlehem. Words and music 
by William L. Mason. 20( 

Copyright by William L. Mason, Nei 
York. ' 1898, no. 66714. Nov. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec ; d Nov. 14, 1898. 
Barcarolle. For pianoforte, by Adol 
Jensen; revised and fingered by Thos 
a Becket. 207 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phih 
delphia. 1898,' no. 72053, Dec, 10 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 
Be a blessing! Words by Jennie Wilson 
music by P. W. Hill. * 208 

Copyright by Meyer &, brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 73873, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 
Be a reaper! Words by Jennie Wilson; 
music by Lester Price. 209 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73882, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 
Beaucoup de bruit pour rien. Drame 
lyrique, en quatre actes et cinq 
tableaux, d'Edonard Blau ; d'apres 
Shakespeare. Musique de Paul Puget. 
Partition piano et chant. Paris, 
Heugel et cie. 210 

Copyright by Heugel and cie., Paris. 
<98, no. 748"" 
Dec. 21, 1898. 
Beautiful city of gold. Words by Fanny 
J. Crosby ; music by O. F. Pugh. 211 
Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 73861, Dec. 17; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 19, 1898. 
Beautiful star. Words and music by L. 
E. Jones. 212 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 
1898, no. 73846, Dec. 17; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 19, 1898. 

Woids by Jennie 

A. J. Sho waiter. 

213 

Copyright by Meyer & bro., Chicago. 
1898. no. 73884", Dec, 17; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 19, 1898. 
Because. Fred'k V. Bowers; arranged 
for quartette by C. F. Shattuck. 214 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 73806, Dec. 17; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Begriissungslied fiir ein b r a n tp a a r . 
Gedicht von Paul Baehr; fiir viers- 
timniegen mannerchor, von Euland 
Aysslinger: op. 17. Offenbach a. 

Main, Johann Andre. 215 

Copyright by Johann Andre Offen- 
bach a, Main! Germany. 1898, no. 
74338, Dec. 20; 2 copies ree'd Dec 20. 
1898. 



Beautiful starry liag. 
Wilson; music by 



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'lilies— Continued. 

gelle (The ) of Herald square. Words by 
Richard Wilson: music bv E.J. Coli- 
han. 216 

Copyright bv Herman Roeder, New 
York/ 1898, no'. 74236, Dec. 19; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec 19, 1898. 

Belles of Lancaster. Valse brillante for 
the piano, by Gabriel Miesse: op. 14. 

217 
Copyright by Gabriel Miesse, Lan- 
caster, Ohio. 1898, no. 64552, Nov. 3; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Belles of society. Waltz, bv Eduard 
Hoist. 218 

Copvright bv Howley, Havilan & co.. 
New York. 1898, no. 73790, Dec. 17; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 
Benedic anima, in D, by Dudley Buck: 
op. 47, no. 6. 219 

Copyright by Dudley Buck, New 
York/ 1898, no. 71940, Dec. 10; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 
Berceuse et romance. Wiegenlied und 
romanze; fur violine solo, init be- 
gleitung des pianoforte, von Albert 
Diot : op. 11. Heilbronn, C. F. Schmidt. 
no. 1. Berceuse. 220 

no. 2. Romance. 221 

Copyright by C. F. Schmidt, Heil- 
bronn, Germany. 1898, nos. 73281, 
83242. Dec. 16; 2 copies each ree'd Dec. 
16, 1898. 
Bettlerliebe. Theodor Storm. Lieder 
und ges'iuge, von Hans Richard. In 
Eflat. Leipzig, W.Salzer. 222 

Copyright by W. Salzer, Leipzig. 
1898, no. 73241, Dec. 16; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 16, 1898. 
Birth of the child king. For solo and 
chorus. Words by P. J. Lynch; music 
by John E. Daniels. 223 

Copyright by Lynch & Daniels, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 74266, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19,1898. 
Bless the Lord, O my soul. Words and 
music by E. E. Hewitt. 224 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73891, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
reed Dee, 19, 1898. 
Blessed Sabbath home. Words by Jen- 
nie Wilson ; music by Lester Price. 

225 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73887, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 
Bonnie Scots. Schottische, by Fabian 
Pose. London, Phillips & Page. 226 
Copyright bv Phillips & Page, Lon- 
don. 1898, no.'7 181:9, Dec. 10; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

13202— Vol. 18, Xo. 2 2 



Titlefi — Continued. 

Brighter (The) day. Song. Words by 
Clifton Bingham; music by Angelo 

Mascheroni. 227 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1898, no. 73976, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Bugler (The). For pianoforte, by Adolf 
Jensen; revised and lingered by Thos. 
a' Becket, 228 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. ''1898,no.72055, Dec. 10; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Bunch of daisies. Polka, for piano, bv 

Otto Schweers. 229 

Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 1898, no. 34518, June 4; 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Burdens (The) of birdland. A cantata, 
Words by Minnie Frances Brown; mu- 
sic by W. F. Leavitt, 230 
Copvright by A. Flanagan, Chicago. 
1898, no. 72371, Dec. 12; 2 conies ree'd 
Dec. 10,1898. 

Cantate Domino, in G, by Dudley Buck: 

op. 47, no. 5. 231 

Copyright by Dudley Buck, New 

York. 1898, no.'71939, Dec. 10; 2 copies 

ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Carnival (The). Song, by Lovina Maude 

Kriger; arranged by Dan Ball. 232 

Copyright bv Maude Kriger, Lake, 

Mich. " 1898, no.*66104, Nov. 11 ; 2 copies 

ree'd Dee. 17, 1898. 

Chevalier (Le) an lion. Augusta Holmes. 

- no. 1. Tenor on soprano. (Ton origi- 
nal.) Paris, Leon Grus. 233 
Copyright by Leon Grus, Paris. 
1898, no.73224, Dec. 16; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 16, 1898. 

Children's (The) day in June. Words by 
E. E. Hewitt; music by C. E. Koch. 

234 
Copvright by Mever & brother, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 73888, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Children's (The) hyuin. Song. Poem 
by Elizabeth K. Reynolds; music by 
E. R. Kroeger. 235 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 74263, Dec. 19 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Children's (The) shepherd. Words by 
Mrs. Frank A. Breek; music by T. E. 
Nye. 236 

Copyright by Mever & brother. Chi- 
cago. 1898, no'. 73829, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Christ, the Lord, is risen . Words by H. A. 
Henry: music by Chas. H. Gabriel. 

"237 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 73844, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec, 19, 1898. 

Christmas gems. Ten new and original 
carols for the Sunday school; selected 
byW. L.Mason. .238 

Copyright by W. L. Mason, New 
York. 1898, no. 66535, Nor. 14 : 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Christmas light. Words by Edward A. 
Ilorton; music by Eben H. Bailey. 

239 
Copyright by Edward Augustus 
Hortorj, Boston. 1898, no. 65588, Nov. 8 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 



Christmas offering, 
L. Mason. 



Music by William 

240 



Copyright by William L. Mason, New 
York" 1898. no. 66715, Nov. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Christmas (The) story. Words by Ed- 
ward A. Horton; music by Eben H. 
Bailey. 241 

Copyright by Edward Augustus 
Horton, Boston. 1898, no. 65585, Nov. 8 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Come, learn the way. Words and music 
by P. W. Hill. 242 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73868, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 19, 



Cominghome. Words by C. E. F. ; music 
by Chas. E. Furgeson . ' 243 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73839, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Concerto in B, for pianoforte and or- 
chestra, by Henry Holden Ilnss. 244 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 74242. Dec. 19; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 19, 1898. 

Cross (The) shall be triumphant. Words 
by Jennie Wilson; music by J. H. 
Tenney. 245 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73857, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 19, 1898. 

Cul'ed (De) populashuu. Cake walk and 
two-step, by F. W. Bunte. Orchestra 
parts. 246 

Copyright by Joseph Morris, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 74265, Dec 19; 2 , 
copies rec'd Dec 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dailv be my guide. Words by Jennie 
Wilson ; music by P. W. Hill. * 247 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 73832, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 19, 1898. 

Dance of the elves. For pianoforte, by 
Adolf Jensen; revised and lingered bv 
Thos. a'Becket. 248 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 72054, Dec 10; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Dance of the Magyars. For pianoforte, 
by Adolf Jensen; revised and fingered 
by Thos. a'Becket. 249 

Copyright by Hatch music co,, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 72057, Dec. 10: 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Darkey (The) volunteer. For piano, bv 

Fred Hylands. 250 

Copyright bv Fred Hylands, New 

York. * 1898, no'. 29847, May 13 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec 21, 1898. 

Decide to-night. Words by Mrs. J. W. 
Kennedy; music by W. S. Nickle. 251 
Copyright bv Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. * 1898. no'. 73828, Dec, 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Dewey at -Manila. Words by Harriet 
Newell Vail; music by Arthur Treyel- 
yan. 252 

Copyright by Harriet Newell Yail, 
Macomb, 111. 1898, no. 65573, Nov. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Dewey's reception. Two-step, composed 
by Jacob Lenzen. 253 

Copyright by Jacob Lenzen, Sedalia, 
Mo. 1«98, no. '73644, Dee. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 17, 1898. 

Dewey's return. Two-step, composed by 

Jacob Lenzen. 25 I 

Copyright by Jacob Lenzen, Sedalia, 

Mo. 1898, no. 73641, Dec 17; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Dingy's (The) serenade. A rag two-step, 
by Roy Mullendore. 255 

Copyright by Carlin & Lennox, In- 
dianapolis. 1898, no. 71917, Dec. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Dolly Dean. By Geo. Cantile ; arranged 

for orchestra by Hans S. Line. 250 

Copy right by Windsor music co., 

Chicago. 1898, no. 74249, Dec. 19; 2 

copies rec'd Dec 19, 1898. 

Drei lieder fiir vierstimmigen fraucn- 
chor, von Gustav Lazarus: op. 31. 
Offenbach a Main, Johann Andre, no. 
1. In dem himmel ruht die erde. 257 



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Titles — Continued. 



Dtei lieder fiir vierstinimigen frauen- 

chor, von Gustav Lazarus: op. 34. 

Offenbach a Main. Jobann Andre, no. 

2. Wanderer's nachtlietl. 258 

no. 3. Friih am tage. 259 

Copyright by Jobann Andre. Oifen- 

baeh a Main, Germany. 1898, nos. 

74339-74341, Dee. 20; 2 copies each ree'd 

Dee. 20, 1898. 

Elopement. A romantic two-step, com- 
posed by John Itzel. 260 
Copyright by George Willig & co., 
Baltimore. 1898, no. 73788, Dec. 17; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Eli ram ant. Piece caracteristique. 
Francis Thome : op. 122. Transcrip- 
tion pour piano a 4 mains, par Leon 
Lemoine. Paris, Henry Lemoine et 
eie. 261 

Copyright by Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris/ 1898, no. 73223, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
reed Dec. 16, 1898. 

Fantasie, von Heinrich Schenker: op. 2; 
revidert von Fr. W. Holme. [Piano.] 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hiirtel. 262 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1898, no. 73262, Dec. 16; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Farewell, dear heart. Morceau brillant, 

by Jacob Lenzen. 263 

Copyright by Jacob Lenzen, Sedalia, 

Mo. 1898, no. 73642, Dec. 17; 2 copies 

ree'd Dec. 17. 1898. 



Farewell to the roses. 
Verner. 



Waltz, by H. C. 
264 



Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 74267, Dec. 19; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Follow in His footsteps. Words by Flora 
Kirkland; music by A. W. Lawrence. 

265 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898, no'. 73855, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Fortune (The) teller. Selection for 
piano, arranged by F. W. Meacham. 

266 
' Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 73809, Dec. 17; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Friihlingssturm. Gedicht A*on Dr. Fr. 
Rohoer; mannerchore von Gottfried 
Augerer: op. 77. Leipzig, Luck- 

hardt's musik-verlag. 267 

Copyright by Luckhardt's musik- 
verlag, Leipzig. 1898, no. 74344, Dec. 
20; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 20, 1898. 



Gather ye rosebuds while ye may. Song. 
Words by Robert Herrick; music by 
James II. Rogers. 268 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898. no. 74237, Dec. 19; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Gazelle waltz, by Emma L. Butler. 269 
Copyright by Emma L. Butler, Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 1898, no. 71641, Dec. 9; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

General Wheeler's grand march, by Be- 
atrice Barnett Baker. 270 
Copyright by Beatrice Barnett 
Baker, Valley View, Tex. 1898, no. 
72051, Deo. 10; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 10, 
1898. 

Gipsv carol. Composed by Mrs. N. L. 

Higbee. 271 

Copyright by Mrs. N. L. Higbee, 

Marion. Ind. 1898, no. 71943, Dec. 10; 

2 copies ree'd Dec, 10, 1898. 

Glad- (The) new year. Words by Ada 
Blenkhorn ; music by L. E. Jones. 272 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. l 1898, no. 73881, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Glad surrender. Words by W. H. Bailey ; 
music by I. N. McHose. 273 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73862, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Glory to God. Words by Win. L. Mason : 

music by Richard Wagner. 274 

Copyright by William L. Mason, New 

York. " 1898, no. 66716, Nov. 14 : 2 copies 

ree'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Go, Thou, with us, Savior. Words and 
music by E. A. Hoffman. 275 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 73876, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

God's promise. Sacred soug. Words by 
Kate Allen Coolidge; music by W. T. 
Porter. High voice. 276 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio." 1898, no. 74240, Dec. 19; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Gondoliera, by Maurice Moszkowski: op. 
41. For the piano. 277 

Copyright bv P. L. Jung, New York. 

1898. no. 73992,' Dec. 19; 2 copies ree'd 

Dec. 19. 1898. 

| Gospel herald. Words by P. W. Hill; 

music by Lester Price. 278 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73886, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Gracieuse (La). For pianoforte, by Adolf 
Jensen; revised and fingered bv Tlios. 
a. Becket. 279 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 72058. Dec. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Guard and guide. Words by E. E. Hew- 
itt ; music by C. E. Koch. 280 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73879, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Hail ! happy morn. Words by Ada Blenk- 
horn; music by E.E.Meyer. 281 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73818. Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1*98. 

Hail the day. Words by Edward A. Hor- 
ton ; music by Eben H. Bailey. 282 
Copyright bv Edward Augustus Hor- 
ton, Boston. 1898, no. 65582, Nov. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Words bv Ada Blenkhorn; music by 

E. E. Meyer. 283 

Copyright by Meyer & brother. 
Chicago. 1898, no. 73822, Dec. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Hallelujah ! I am free. Words and music 

by I. N. McHose. 284 

Copyright hv Meyer & brother, 

Chicago. 1898, no. 73850, Dec. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Hark ! the bells. Words by Edward A. 

Horton; music by E. U. Emerson. 285 

Copyright by Edward Augustus 

Horton, Boston. 1898, no. 60066, Nov. 8 ; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Harper (The). For piano, by Win. 
Schmidt. 286 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 74239, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Hawaiian gavotte, composed by Alice 

Upton Harvey. 287 

Copyright by Alice Upton Harvey, 

Chicago. 1898, no. 72370, Dec. 12; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1C 



High life. March and two step, by C. F. 

Pleininger, for orchestra, 288 

Copyright by Herman Roeder, New 

York. 1898, no. 74235, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

His love shall be my anchor. Words by 
E.E.Hewitt; music by Lester Price. 

289 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 73885, Dec. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Homeland (The) of my soul. Words by 
Jennie Wilson; music bv A. J. 8ho- 
walter. 290 

Copyright bv Meyer & brother, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 73826, Dec. 17: 2 
copies rec'd Lee. 19, 1898. 

Hosanna. Words and music bv William 

L.Mason. 291 

Copyright by William L. Mason, New 

York. ' 1898. no. 66718, Nov. 14; 2 copies 

rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

I am going back to Jesus. Word:-- by 
Mattie Alice Long; music by L 
Price. 292 

Copyright bv Mever & brother, 
Chicago.' 1898, no. 73836, Dec. 17: 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

I am ready. Words by Mrs. Frank A. 
Breck; music by E. F. Darling. 293 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73852, Dec. 17 : 2 copies 
rec'd Dee. 19, 1898. 

I am safe on the Rock of Ages. Words by 
Jennie Wilson; music by C. E. Koch. 

294 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898, no. 73835, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dee. 19. 1898. 

I am the Good Shepherd. By Mrs. Emily 

M.Blakeslee Boydeii. 295 

Copyright by Mrs. Emily M. Blakes- 

lee Boyden, Chicago. 1898, no. 5148i>, 

Sept. 1 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

I am trusting in Thy blood. Words by 
W. J. Kennedy; music, by W. S. Nicklo. 

29(5 
Copyright by W. S. Nickle, Chicago. 
1898, no. 73813, Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 19, 1898. 

I love the sea, Song, with refrain and 
chorus ad lib., for baritone. Words by 
C. H. Chamberlin; music by Will s. 
Wilcox: op. 25. 297 

Copyright by J. F. King, Orrville, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 7-1386, Dec, 20 ; 2 copies 
reed Dec. 20. 1898. 

I loyes my little honey best of all. 

Words and music by Ernest llogan. '.'IKS 

Copyright by Howley, Ilaviland & 

co., New York. 1898, no. 7:;7S:'. Dee. 17: 

2 copies rec'd Dec, 17, 1898. 

I think of thee. Song for medium voice. 
Music by Jacob Len/en; words by 
Carrie C. Clarke. 299 

Copyright by Jacob Lcnzen, Scdalia, 
Mo. 1898, no. 73640, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



I will trust Him. Words by Mrs. H. F. 
Thomas; music by A. W. Lawrence. 

300 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. L898, no. 73834. Dec. 17; 2 copies 
iced Dec. 19, 1898. 

Tin happy now. Words bv S. Henry 

Bolton ; music by P. W. Hill. 301 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 

( ago. ' 1898, no. 73830, Dec. 17; 2 copies 

ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

In der laube. Walzer-lied, von Kud. 

Forster. Berlin, Julius Jager. 302 

Copyright by Julius Jager. Berlin. 

*, no/73243," Dec. 16; 2 copies ree'd 

1 >ec. 16, 1898. 

In onr locality. Written and composed 
by Mills and Carter. London, Fran- 
cis. Day &, Hunter. 303 
Copyright bv Francis. Day & Hun- 
ter. London. 1898. no. 72090, Dec. 12 ; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

In slumber sweet. For pianoforte, by 
Adolf Jensen; revised and fingered bv 
Thos. a Becker. 304 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898. no. 72058, Dec. 10; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

In the mountains. Idvlle for piano, by 

P. A. Schnecker. 305 

Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 1898, no. 17868, Mar. 16; 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

In the Sacramento valley. By Charles 

Graham and Max Dreyfus. 306 

Copyright bv T. B. Harms & co.. New 

York. ' 1898. no. 72206, Dec. 12; 2 copies 

ree'd Dec. 10, 



In the time of birds and blossoms. 
Words bv Jennie Wilson; music bv 
C.E.Koch. 307 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898. no\ 73858, Dee. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Intermezzo (Perpetuum mobile), pour 
piano, par M. Perv : op. 19. London, 
Schott & co. 308 

Copyright by B. Schott's sohne, 
Mavence, Germany. 1898, no. 73238, 
Dec. 16; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. ' 

Iris. Libretto di Luigi lllica: musica 
di Pietfo Mascagni. Pianoforte a quat- 
tro inani. Milan, Italy, G. Pticordi & 
co. Introduzione: II sole, 102331. 309 

Atto 1. La danza delle guechas, 

102332. 310 



Iris. Libretto di Luigi lllica; musica 
di Pietro Mascagni. Pczzi staccato, 
canto and pianoforte. 102333. Atto 1. 
Serenata di J or. 311 

Copyright bv G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan, Italy. 1898, nos. 71851-71853, 
Dec. 10; 2 conies each ree'd Dec. 10, 
1898. 

Iris. Polka mazurka far piano, von Carl 
Stix: op. 161. Berlin, G. Tschen- 
tscher. 312 

Copyright by G. Tschentscher, Ber- 
lin. 1898, no. 73231, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

It doesn't belong to me. Written and 
composed by Frank Leo. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 313 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 72091, Dec. 12; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

It leads by the cross. Words by Mrs. 
Frank A. Breck; music by C. E. Koch. 

314 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. " 1898. no. 73812, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
reed Dec. 19,1898. 

Jesus loves the little ones. Words by 
Jennie Wilson; music by A. J. Showal- 
ter. 315 

Copyright by Mever & brother, Chi- 
cago. . 1898, no. 73889, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

.Jesus saves. Words bv Mattie Alice 
Long; music by P. W. Hill. 316 

Copyright bv Mever & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73892, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Jolly (The) old pedagogue. Quartet for 
mixed voices. Words by Geo. Arnold; 
music by J. W. Lerman. 31 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. '1898, no. 71264, Dec. 19; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Just as the sun went down. Lyn Udall: 
arranged for quartette by Chas. Shat- 
tuck. 318 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. 1898, no. 73807, Dec. 17 ; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Keep on singing. Words by Mrs. Frank 
A. Breck; music by J. H. Tenney. 319 

Copyright by Meyer & brother. Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73883, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



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Kiss me at the door. Song for medium 
voice. Music by Jacob Lenzen; words 
by W.A.Adams. 320 

Copyright by Jacob Lenzen, Sedalia, 
Mo. 1898, no.' 73645, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Klage nia der v^elt dein leid. (Job. 
Friedinanu.) Lied fiir erne sing- 
stimme, von W. Aletter. Berlin, U. 
Tscbentsclier. 321 

Copyright by G. Tschcntscber, Ber- 
lin. 1898, no. 73232. Dec. 16; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Lady Ursula waltzes, by Manuel Klein. 

[Piano.] ..!'_ 

Copyright by M. Wi tin ark & sons. 

Xew York. 1898, no. 74575. Tec. 20; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Lakme. Opera de Leo Deiibes; melodie 
de La Cabane. Arrangee pour harp;', 
par Johannes Snoer: op. 44. Paris. 
Heugel et cie. 323 

Copyright by Heugel and cie,, Paris. 
1898, no. 74864, Dec, 22; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 21, 1898. 

Lamb's (The) gambol. Danse eccen- 
trique, lor orchestra, by Theo. Bendix. 

321 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 74576, Dec. 20; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Leaving all to Jesus. Words by Ida M. 
Budd ; music by Chas. H. Gabriel. 325 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73848, Dec. 17; 2 conies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Little (The) village church yard, near the 
sea. Words and music by Harry Jonas. 

326 
Copyright by E. T. Paull, New York. 
1898, no. 71624, Dec. 9; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec, 10, 1898. 

Look up, happy Christian. Words by E 
E. Hewitt; music by C. E. Koch. '327 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73894. Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Lord, in Thee I'm trusting. Words and 

music by P. W. Hill. 328 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 

ago. 1898, no. 73860, Dec. 18; 2 copies 

ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Lord (The) of love. Words and music 

by William L. Mason. 329 

Copyright by William L. Mason. 

New York. 1898, no. 66720, Nov. 11 ; 2 

copies ree'd Nov. 14, 1898. 



Lord's (The) own day. Words by E. E, 
Hewitt; music by I. N. McHose. 33C 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898, no. 73875, Dec, 17; 2 copies 
rec"d Dec. 19, lfc9^. 

Love-letter waltz, Englemann; for tw< 
mandolins and guitar. 331 

Copyright by Joseph Morris, Phila- 
delphia, ^ 1898, no. 71263, Dec. 7 
copies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Love's labor. Words by Mattie Alice 
Long; music by Geo. W. Stockton. 332 
Copyright by Mever & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 73870, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
lee'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Lul-la-loo. Song. English words by 
Cliiton Bingham; music by Augelo 
Mascheroni. ;;;;:; 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1898, no." 73977, Dec. 19; 2 copieg 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Ma Filipino babe. Words and mush by 

Chas. K. Harris; arranged by Joseph 
Claude ,\ ;:;i 

Copyright by Charles K. Harris, Mil- 
waukee. W)*. no. 67294, Nov. 17; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Magdlein nab' acht. Gedicht aus " Meg- 
gendorl'er's blatter." Eiirim'innen hor, 
komponirt von Jos. Worth: op. 9. 
Offenbach a. Mam, .lohann Andre. 335 
Copyright by Johann Andre, Offen- 
bach a. Main, Germany. 1898, no. T i :; i :>, 
Dee. 20; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Magnetic (The) collection of piano solos. 
by popular composers. ;::'>t> 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 71480, Dee. 8; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 20. 189*. 

Maid of honor. March and two-step, by 
Pen Tuttle. :;:;7 

Copyright by llowley. Haviiand & 
eo.. New York. 1898, no. 73792. Dee. 17: 
2 copies ree'd Dee. 17, 1898. 

March from ''The fortune teller," by 
Victor Herbert; arranged tor band by 
Otto Langey. 338 

Copyright by M. Wit mark A- sons, 
Xew York. 1898, no. 73151, Dec. to; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

March on, march on. Words by Edward 
A. Horton; music by Kben II. Bailey. 

339 
Copyright by Edward August Hor- 

ton. Cost-on. L898,no. 65584. Nov. 8j 2 

copies ree'd ]),■.•. 17. 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Mass in ]). for chorus, solo voices, orches- 
tra, and organ. Composed by Alois 
Bartschmid. Vocal score. 340 

Copyright bv Alois- Bartschmid, Hart- 
ford, Conn. 1898. no. 74072. Dec. 19; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 19. 1898. 

Mazurka no. 2, for pianoforte, by Ben- 
jamin Godard: op. 54; edited and re- 
vised by John A. Preston. 341 
Copyright bv B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 74241, Dec. 19; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Meunet, by Joachim Raft*: op. 126, no. 1; 

edited by F. Meyer. 342 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 1898, no. 74797. Dec. 21 j 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 21. 1898. 

Metodo de cornetin de pistones. G. Pares. 
Daris, Enrique Lemoine y ca. 343 

Cop v right by Henrv Lemoine & co., 
Pans.' L898, no. 73221, Dec. 16; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Molly Mclntyre. Waltz song and chorus, 

by George Evans. 344 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. 1898, no! 73794, Dec. 17 ; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Monticello. March and two-step, for 

piano, by George F. Moore. 345 

Copyright by George F. Moore, New 

York. 1898. no. 71941. Dec. 10; 2 copies 

ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Morgenstiindchen. Gavotte. Text von 
Leopold Ely : inusik von Robert Baeh- 
hofer. Berlin, Julius Jager. 346 

Copyright by Julius Jager, Berlin. 
1898, no. 73233, Dec. 10; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 16, 1898. 

Music of the pinewood. Gavotte, for 
banjo solo, by Van L. Farrand. 347 

Copyright by Stewart & Bauer, Phila- 
delphia. 1898. no. 72033. Dec. 10: 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dee. 10, 1898. 

My dearest friend. Words by Mrs. Frank 
A. Breck ; music by J. H. Teuny. 348 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no'. 73854, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19. 1898. 

My friend and Savior. Words by C. H. 
G. : music by A. VV. Lawrence. * 349 
Copyright by Meyer & brothei', Chi- 
cago. 1*98. no. 73849, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

My Indiana home. Words and music bv 

W. T. Giffe. 350 

Copyright by Home music co., Lo- 

gansport, Ind. 1898, no. 73908, Dec. 17 ; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

My love for you. Song for soprano. 
AYords by William H. Gardner; music 
by Herbert L. Clarke. 351 

Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1898, no. 7356, Jan. 22; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Neapolitan boat song. (Balancelle.) 
Mazurka de salon, by Paul Wachs; ed- 
ited by Ferd. Meyer." 352 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1898. no. 74796, Dec. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Nanny Frew. Words by Ingersoll Lock- 
wood; music by J. W. Parson Price. 

353 
Copyright by Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74257, Dec. 19 : 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Nid dans les roses. Melodie, de H. de 
Foutenailles. Transcription pour 
piano, par H. Collin. Paris, Hachette 
et cie. 354 

Copyright by Hachette et cie., Paris. 
1898, no. 73: ; 25, Dec. 16; 2 copies ree'd 
Dee. 16, 1898. 

No more to say good-bye. Words by 
Mary B. Wiugate; music by A. W. Law- 
rence. 355 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, New 
York. 1898. no. 73871, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Xoce (La) an chateau. Francis Thome: 
op. 125. . Transcription pour piano a 4 
mains, par Leon Lemoine. Paris, 
Henry Lemoine. et cie. 356 

Copyright by Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. 1898, no. 73222. Dec. 16 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Not unto us. Mixed quartet. AYords by 
E.E.Hewitt; music by Lester Price. 

357 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898, no. 73821. Dee. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Nun geh'n die andern alle. Wilhelm 
Osterwald. Lieder und gesange, von 
Hans Richard. In A flat. Leipzig. 
W. Salzer. 358 

Copvright by W. Salzer, Leipzig. 
1898, uo. 73240, Dec. 16: 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 16, 1898. 

O happy bells. Words by Minnie A. 
Greiner; music bv Chas. II. Gabriel. 

359 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 73815, Dee. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

O what a wonderful story! Words and 
music by L. E. Jones. 360 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no'. 73823. Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Oft-times. Ballad. Words by John 
Everett Fay ; music by James B. Oli- 
ver. 361 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898. no. 73808, Dec. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

On the lake. For piano, by Win. Schmidt. 

362 
Copyright by John' Church co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 1898. no. 74238, Dec. 19; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

On to Jerusalem. By J. W. Steyenton. 

363 
Copyright by J. W. Steyenton. Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 71942. Dec. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

One little angry word. Words and mu- 
sic by Isabelie Leanian. 364 
Copyright by M. Witmark ifc sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 74578, Dec. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

One summer's day. Song. Words by 
Clifton Bingham: music by J. Michael 
Watson, no. 1, in D. 101466. Lon- 
don, G. Ricordi & co. 365 
Copyright by G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan, Italy. 1898, no. 73573. Dec. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Onward, onward. Words and music by 
L.E.Jones. 366 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73827, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Open wide the door. Words and music 
by E. A. Hoffman. 367 

Copyright by Meyer & brother. Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73877, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Open your mouth and shut your eyes. 

Song and chorus by Nat. I). Mann. '368 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons. 

New York. 1898, no. 73804, Dec. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Our Christmas tree. Words and music 

by William L. Mason. 369 

Copyright by William L. Mason, New 

York. 1898, no. 66719, Nov. 14 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 
Our loyalty. March and two-step, by 

William Baumline. [Piano.] 370 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1898, no. 74577, Dec. 20; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Over the seas. Words by P. W. H. ; mu- 
sic by P. W. Hill. 371 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73843, Dee. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19. 1898. 

Patrol of the musketeers. By G. Bach- 
mann; edited by F. Meyer. 372 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1898, no. 74798, Dec. 2 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

People's palace store. Words by Irving 

Crahbe; music by Leo Friedman. 373 

Copyright by Sol Bloom, Chicago. 

1898, no. 74252, Dec. 19; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec, 19, 1898. 

Petites (Les) Barnett. Suite de valses 
sur Poperette de Louis Varney; par J. 
A. AnSohiitz. Paris, Heugel et cie. 

374 
Copyright by Heugel & cie., Paris. 
I 1898. no. 74863, Dec. 22; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 21, 1898. 

Piney ridge waltzes, bvAJnia A. Crowley. 

375 
Copyright by Zeno Mauvais music 
co., San Francisco. 1898. no. 74082. 
Dec. 19; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 
Pizzicato, de la suite " Pantomime." Pom- 
mandoline on violon, avec accom- 
pagnement de piano; P. Lacome. 
Paris, Hachette et cie. 376 

Copyright by Hachette et cie., Paris. 
1898, no. 73226, Dec. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec, 16, 1898. 
Please. Mr. Conductor, don't put me off. 
Words and music by J. Fred. Melt' and 
E.P. Moran. 377 

Copyright by llowlcy, Haviland &, 
co., NeAv York. 1898, no. 73793, Dec. 
17 : 2 copies rec'd 1 )ec 17. 1898. 
Polichinelle. Piece c a ra e teri stique. 
Francis Thome: op. 118; transcription 
pour piano a 4 mains, par Leon Le- 
moine. Paris. Henry Lemoine et cie. 

378 
Copyright by Henry Lemoine & cie.. 
Paris. 1898, no. 73220, Dec. 1(5; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 16, 1*98. 
Poor captive heart. Words by Matthew 
Woodward; music by Frederic Gagel. 

379 

Copyiight by M. Witmark & son, 

New York. 1898, no. 73805, Dee. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Dec 17, 1898. 

Printemps (Le). (Second mazurka), by 

Bernhard Carrodus : on. 9. London', 

Phillips & Oliver. 880 

Copyright by Phillips & Oliver, 

London. 1898, no. 71850, Dec. 10; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 10. 1,N!I<X. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Promised (The) dawn. Words and mu- 
sic by William L. Mason. 381 
Copyright by William L. Mason, 
New York. 1898, no. 66721, Nov. 11 ; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Queen of hearts. Two-step, composed 

by Chas. 1). Passage, jr. 382 

Copyright by Charles D. Passage, jr., 

Towanda. Pa. 1898, no. 53208,"Sept. 

10; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



Queen of the night. 
Lenzen. 



Two-step, by Jacob 
383 



Copyright by Jacob Lenzen, Sedalia, 
Mo. 1898, no. 73643, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Reverie. By Jessie L. Gaynor; arranged 

for organ by Walter Keller. 384 

Copyright by Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 1898, no. 74234, Dec. 19; 2 

copies^rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Rheingold. Rheinliinder-polka fiirpfauo- 
forte, yon Ludwig Andre: op. 152. 
Orienbach a. Main, Johaun Andre. 

385 
Copyright by Johann Andre, Offen- 
bach a. Main, Germany. 1898, no. 74345, 
Dec. 20 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Ping out, chiming bells! Words and 
music by L. E. Jones. 386 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73845, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Rival (The) waltzes, composed by Eu- 
nice M. Waite. 387 
Copyright by Eunice M, Waite, Mil- 
waukee. 1898, no. 7472.-, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Pock of Ages. Words arranged ; music 

by F. L. Eiland. 388 

Copyright by F. L. Eiland, Waco, 

Tex. '1898. no. 74233, Dec. 19; 2 copies 

rec'd Dee. 20, 1898. 

Poll (The) of the faithful. Words by 
Jennie Wilson; music by A. J. Showal- 
ter. 389 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 73866, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Romance. For violin and piano, by Ed- 
mund Severn. 390 
Copyright by P. L. Jung, New York. 
1898, no. 74268, Dec. 19; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 19, 1898. 

Sabbath bells. Words by Jennie Wil- 
son; music by Lester Price. 391 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 73833, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



Ti t les — C on tinned . 

Sayior (The) rose again. Words by Ada 
Blenkhorn; music by A. R. Lawrence. 

392 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no". 73817, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Savior's (The) invitation. Words by 
Ada Blenkhorn ; music by P. W. Hill. 

393 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 73872, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Schattenlanz. Shadow dance, pour le 
piano, by Edward A. MacDowell. 394 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1898, no. 74573, Dec. 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Sea (The) song. Words by David Bliitt- 
ner; music "by Francis Bohr. Lon- 
don, Forsyth bros. 395 
Copyright by Forsyth bros., Loudon. 
1898, no. 73973, Dec. 19; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 19, 1898. 

Selections from the opera Cavalleria 
Kusticana. Composed by P. Mascagni; 
arranged by P. F. Campiglio. 396 

Copyright by E. Benuer, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no/72030, Dec. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Serenade de milenka. Poosie de Gustave 
Lagye; musique de Jan Blockx: no. 2, 
pour tenor. Paris, Heugel et cie. 397 
Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1898, no. "7486 ]) Dec. 22; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 21, 1898. 

She rests by the Suwanee river. Writ- 
ten and composed by Tony Stanford. 

398 
Copyright by Tony Stanford, New 
York. 1898, no. 73440,' Dec. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

She was bred in old Kentucky. Banjo 
and guitar; banjo arranged by Brooks 
and Denton; guitar arranged by C. de 
J anon. 399 

Guitar solo; arranged by C. de 

Janon. 400 

Medley waltz ; arranged by Chas. E. 

Pratt. Piano. 401 

Copyright by Jos. YV. Stern & co., 
New York. 1898, nos. 72404, 72405, 
72403, Dec. 12; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 
12, 1898. 

She wears no crown of gold. Written 
by Murray and Leigh; composed by 
George Le Brunn. London, Francis, 
Day & Hunter. 402 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1898, no. 72094, Dec. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



She's a thoroughbred. Words and mu- 
sic by Ned Way burn. 403 
Copyright by May Irwin, U. S. 1898, 
no. 74084, Dec". 19;" 2 copies ree'd Dec. 
19, 1898. 

Sing praises. Words by Jennie Wilson; 
music by O. F. Pugh. 401 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 73878, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 



Singing of Jesus. Words by Jennie Wil- 
son ; music by J. H. Tenney. 405 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
eago. 1898, no. 73837, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Six etudes caracteristiques, pour violin, 
par A. Lefort. Paris, AlphonseLeduc. 
nos. 1-6. 406-411 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1898, nos. 58982-58987, Oct. 7 ; 2 copies 
each ree'd Oct. 7, 1898. 

Six fancies for the piano, by Edgar 

Thorn:, op. 7. 412 

Copyright by P. L. Jung, New York. 

1898, no. 74269, Dec. 19; 2 copies ree'd 

Dec. 19, 1898. 

Soldier's (The) return waltz, by Beatrice 

Barnett Baker. 413 

Copyright by Beatrice Barnett Baker, 

Valley View, Tex. 1898, no. 72050, Dec. 

10; 2'copies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Sometimes. Words and music by J. S. 
Norris. 414 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73853, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 
Song (The) celestial. Words and music 
by William L. Mason. 415 

Copyright by William L. Mason, New 
York. 1898, no. 66722, Nov. 14 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Nov. 14, 1898. 
Song (A) from the heart. Written and 
composed by E. W. Rogers. London, 
Francis, Day, & Hunter. 416 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 72092, Dec. 12; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 
South (The) Carolina belle. Song and 
dance schottische, by R. W. Hall. 
Band. 417 

Copyright by R. W. Hall music co., 

Gillespie, Pa. 1898, no. 74080, Dec. 19; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Steadily on. Words by Mrs. Frank A. 

Breck: music by J. H. Tenney. 418 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 



cago. 1898. no. 73856, Dec. 17 
ree'd Dec. 19, L898. 



cop li 



Such merry folk are we. Song. Words by 
Harold Boultou ; music by Theo. Mar- 
zials. London, J. B.Cramer & co., 
ltd. 419 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer &. co., ltd., 
London. 1898. no. 73994, Dee. 19; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Summer (The) is coming. Words by 
E. E. Hewitt; music by C. E. Koch. 

420 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73869. Dec. L7; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Swallows (The). Valse caprice, by G. 
Bachmann; edited by Ferd. Meyer. 

421 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt,. 
Boston. "1898, no. 74799, Dec, 21; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Sweet Kitty O'Neill. Waltz song and 

chorus, by Raymond A. Browne, 422 

Copyright by Howley. Havilaud & 

co.. New York. 1898, no.73795, Dec. 17; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Tell it to-day. Words by Mrs. M. A. 
Holt; music by A. W. Lawrence. 423 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 73890, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. J9, J 808. 

Tell the joyful news. Words by Mrs. 
L. E. loues ; music by L. E. Jones. 424 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73819, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Tell them I died while fighting for the 
flag. Words and music by Jacob 
Cheesman. 425 

Copyright by Jacob Cheesman, Fair- 
mount, Ind. 1898, no. 06507, Nov. 14; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Tennessee (A) shout. Southern jubilee 
march, two-step, by R. M. Brand. 
For orchestra, 426 

Copyright by Brand pub. co., Cincin- 
nati. 1898, no. 74244, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 
Thine eyes. (Valse joyeuse.) English 
version, by Fred. \V. Bancroft; music 
by R.Mattiozzi. 427 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1898, no. 74574, Deo. 20; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 20, 1898. 
Thine eyes, they bid me stay. For 
soprano or tenor. Words by Ingersoll 
Lock wood; music by 9. \V. Parson 
Price. 4128 

Copyright by Wm. A. Pond iV: co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74258, Dec. lit; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. L9, 18! 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Three (The) musketeers (Danse des 
mousqnetaires). Gavotte, by Celiau 
Kottaun. London, Francis, Day cV 
Hunter. ' 429 

Copyright bv Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1898, no. 72093, Dec. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Thy love for me alone. Song for medium 
voice. English and German words; 
composed by Jacob Lenzen. 430 

Copyright by Jacob Lenzen, Sedalia, 
Mo. 1898, no.' 73647, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898 

To arms! By Fred'k Gagel. 431 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 73803, Dec. 17: 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

To the call. Words by Edward A. Hor- 

ton; music by Eben H. Bailey. 432 

Copyright by Edward Augustus Hor- 

ton, Boston. 1898, no. 65587, Nov. 8; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

To the colors. For piano forte, by Adolf 
Jensen ; revised and fingered by Thos. 
a'Becket. 433 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia, 1898,\io. 72059, Dec. 10 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Trio; pour piano, violon, et violoncello, 

p;jr J. B. Wekerlin. Paris, Heugel 
et cie. 434 

Copyright by Heugel and cie., Paris. 
1898, no. 74862, Dec. 22; 2 copies rec'd 
Dee. 21, 1898. 

Twilight thoughts. Reverie for piano, 

by P. A. Schnecker. 435 

Copyright by Hamilton S.Gordon, 

ew York. 1898, no. 178 

copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1898. 

Unbounded love. Words and music by 
LN. Mcllose. 436 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73816, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Under the mistletoe bough. Words by 
K. N.Wood; music by L. M. French. 

437 
Copyright by Herman A. Braumuller 
& co.. Chicago. 1898, no. 73071, Dec. 15; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Unique mandolin collection of popular 
music for 1st and 2d mandolins, guitar, j 
and piano. 438 | 

Copyright by O. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 71481, Dec. 8 ; 2 cop- j 
ies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 



Valsede concert, for mandolin and guitar, 
by E.H.Frey: op. 18. 439 

Copyright bv Stewart & Bauer. Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 72032, Dee. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Dee, 10, 1898. 

Valse etude, by Elizabeth Hartmann. 440 
Copyright bv Carlin & Lennox, In- 
dianapolis. 1898, no. 71948, Pec, 10; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Valse-laendler. Souvenir d' Alsace, Fran- 
cis Thome: op. 115. Transcription 
pour piano a 4 mains, par Leon Le- 
moine. Paris, Henry Lemoine et cie. 

441 
Copyright by Henry Lemoine et cie, 
Paris 1898. no. 73219, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 1(5, 1898. 

Vieni sul lago d'or! (Allons voir) a due 
volI. Parole di Armand Silvestre; 
versione Italiana di Nelia Fabretto; 
musica di F. Paolo Tosti. Soprano e 
tenore, 102215. Milan, Italy, G. Ei- 
cordi & co. 442 

Copyright by G. Eicordi & co,, Mi- 
lan, Italy. 1898, no. 73571, Dec. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Wake music's magic powers. Music by 

William L. Mason. 443 

Copyright by William L. Mason, New 

York. 1898. no. 66723, Nov. 14 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Walking with Jesus. Words by Laura 
E. Newell; music by L. E. Jones. 444 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73851, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Way (The) is so easy. Words by S. K. 
Best; music by C. E. Koch. 445 

Copyright bv Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no'. 73893, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 1 9, 1898. 

We come with happy hearts. Words by 
Mrs. Frank A. Breek; music by Samuel 
Black. 446 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73820, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Wein (Der) vom Rhein. Marsch fiir 
vierstimmigen mannerchor. Text nnd 
musik von Felix Lohr: op. 286. 
Offenbach a Main, Johaun Andre. 447 
Copyright by Johann Andr6, Offen- 
bach a Main, Germany. 1898, no. 74342, 
Dec. 20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

We'll meet again. Words by E. E, 
Hewitt; music by Mrs. W. S. Nickle. 

448 
Copyright by W. S. Nickle, Chieago. 
1898,iio. 73812," Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 17, 1898. 



TO- 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

We're marching Lome to God. Words 
by Ada Blenkhom. Tune: Battle 
hymn of the republic. 449 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no". 73814, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

What is your record ? Words by I. N. M. ; \ 
music by I. N. McHose. 450 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 73831, Dec. 17] 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

When Jesus is near. Words by Jennie 
Wilson ; music by C. E. Koch. 451 

Copyright by Mever & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73863, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

When my love comes back. Song. Words 
by Capt. Marshall; music by Frecl'k 
Legrand. London, Phillips & Page. 

452 
Copyright by Phillips &, Page, Lon- 
don. 1898, no '71848, Dec. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

When you were sweet sixteen. Ballad 
and refrain. Words and music by , 
James Thornton. , 453 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sous, 
New York. 1898, no. 63983, Oct. 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

While shepherds watched their flocks. 
Christmas hymn for quartet, by H. H. 
Wetzler. 454 

Copyright by Edward Sckuberth & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 72215, Dec. 12 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 12, 1898. 

Will you join our ranks ? Words by Mrs. 
Frank A. Breck; music by J. H. Ten- 
ney. 455 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73841, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Wir gratuliren. Gedicht von E. Fnrste ; 
fur vierstimmigen mannerchor. von 
Euland Aysslinger: op. 16. Offen- 
bach a. Main, Johann Andre. 456 
Copyright by Johann Andre. Offen- 
bach a. Main, Germany. 1898, no. 74337, ' 
Dec. 20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

With joy we come. Words by Harriet 
E. Jones ; music by C. E. Koch. 457 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73859, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



77£7es— Continued. 

Wonderful day. W T ords by Ada Blenk- 
horn; music by Geo. W. Stockton. 458 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73817, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Wooduymph (The). For pianoforte, by 
Adolf Jensen; revised and fingered by 
Thos. a Becket 459 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia." 1898, no. 72052, Dec. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Workers in the vineyard. Words and 
music by Edgar A. Holmes. 460 

Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73867, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Yield not to the tempter. Words by E. 
E. Hewitt ; music by Geo. W. Stockton. 

461 
Copyright by Meyer & brother, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 73864. Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19. 1898. 

You're alright, but you don't get in. 
Words and music by Jess Danzig. 462 

Copyright by Howlev, Haviland & 
co., New York. ' 1898, no 1 . 73791, Dec. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Zwei herzen. Walzerlied, von End. 
Forster. Berlin, Julius Jiiger. 463 

Copyright by Julius Jiiger, Berlin. 
1898, no. 73244, Dec. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 16, 1898. 

Zweimiinnerckore, componirt von Edwin 

Schultz: op. 220. Berlin, Ed. Bote 

and G. Bock. no. 1. Chorgesang am 

sonntagmorgen. 464 

no. 2. Standchen. 465 

Copyright by Ed. Bote & G. Bock, 
Berlin. 1898, nos. 74639,74638, Dec. 21 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Zwei nocturnes fur pianoforte, componirt 
von M. Pery: op. 18. Loudon, Schott & 
co. no. 1. Moderate espressivo. 466 

no. 2. Andante eantabile. 

467 

Copyright by B. Schott's siihne. Ma- 

yence, Germany. 1898, no. 73236, 73237, 

Dec. 16: 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 16, 

1898. 



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V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Avalon. Santa Catalina island. Cal.. Oct., 

L898. 26 

Copyright 1>y Sanborn-Eerxia map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 71278, 

Dec. 7; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 22. 1898. 

Blackwell, Kay county, Okla., Oct., 1898. 

27 
Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 74804. 
Dec. 21 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Fort Covington, Franklin county, N. Y., 

Nov.. 3898. 28 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898. no. 74803, 

Dec. 21 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Jefferson, Jefferson county, Wis., Oct., 

1898. 29 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 74802, 

Dec. 21; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Manhattan borough (map of district in), 
bounded by 4th and 5th avenues, 18th 
and 21st streets. 30 

Copyright by A. W. Hale, New York. 
1898, no. 75937, Dec. 27; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 27, 1898. 

Newkirk, Kay county, Okla., Oct., 1898. 

31 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co.. ltd., New York. 1898, no. 74808, 
Dec. 21 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Quincy, Adams county, 111. (insurance 

maps of), 1898. 32 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd.^New York. 1898, no. 74580, 

Dec. 20 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



Roekport, Spencer count v. Ind., Oct., 

1898. 33 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd.. New York. 1898, no. 74806, 
Dec. 21 : 2 copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Saginaw and environs, 1898. (R. L. Polk 
& eo.'s map of) 34 

Copyright by R. L. Polk & co.. De- 
troit. 1898, no. 75105, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

United States (Semi-circular map view 

of the). 35 

Copyright bv Terrence Dohertv, 

Chicago. 1898, "no. 67548, Nov. 18; 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Watertown. N. Y., 1898. (Kimball's 
street map of). 36 

Copyright by J. C. Kimball, Water- 
town, N.Y. 1898. no. 67122, Nov. 16; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Waxahachie, Ellis county, Tex., Oct., 

1898. 37 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898. no. 74807. 

Dec. 21 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

West Branch, Ogemaw county, Mich., 

Oct., 1898. 38 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd.. New York. 1898, no. 74805, 

Dec. 21 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

West Virginia (A sectional and indus- 
trial map of). 39 
Copyright by Educational map pub. 
co. of Indiana. Charleston, W. Ya. 
1898, no. 73648, Dec. 17; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec. 19, 



VI. ENGrRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



•'Anglo-Saxon design." 



39 



Copyright by Ault & Wiborg co., 
Cincinnati. 1898. no. 75213, Dec. 23; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Argument (Au). 40 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- ; 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 74590. Dec. 
20; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



Ti t les — C on ti nued. 

As to heredity. 41 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 74589, Dec. 
20 ; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Black (William). Supplement to Litera- 
ture, Dec. 21, 1898. 42 
Copyright bv Harper &, bros.,New 
York. 1898, no. 74912, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 22. 1898. 



78 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Bolestaw Wstydliwg. no. 16. 43 

Copyright bv Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 22263, Apr. 7; 1 copy 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Dec. 16, 

1898. 

Can't shake the plum tree. 41 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. " 1898. no. 62786, Oct. 25; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

Carried. 45 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 74594. Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Charity begins at home. 46 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 74592, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Cupid's plight. 47 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 74584, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

" Dainty shoppers." 48 

Copyright by The Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75121, Dec. 
22 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Easy (An) discoverer. 49 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun, New York. 1898, no. 74586, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Explanation (An). 50 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 74593, Dec. 



20: 
Fallon. 



copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



51 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, New 
Y/ork. 1898, no. 74279, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19. 1898. 

February. 1899. cover page for Black cat. 

52 ! 
Copyright by Shortstory pub. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 75938, Dec. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Flora. 53 i 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, New 
York. 1898. no. 74282, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Florence. 54 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, New 
York. 1898, no. 74280, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Florida. 55 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, New 
York. 1898, no. 74283. Dec, 19 : 2 copies 
rec'd Dee. 19, 1898. 



TUJes — Continue.!. 

Forbes. 56 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1898, no. 74285, Dec. 19; 2 
copies reed Dec. 19, 1898. 

Forsyth. 57 

Copyright bv William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1898, no. 74286, Dec. 19; 2 
cor>ies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Fortuna. 58 

Copyright bv William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1898, no. 74281, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Frio. 59 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1898, no. 74284, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

George not in it. 60 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New Y r ork. 1898, no. 74597, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Great luck. 61 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898. no. 74583, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

" Grocer's hands." 62 

Copyright by The Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75119, Dec. 
22; 2 copies rec'd Dec'22, 1898. 

Haley (Patsy). Supplement to Police 

gazette, Jan. 21, 1898. 63 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 

York. 1898, no. 75109, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Help in the country. 64 

Copyright by The Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75111, Dec. 
22 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

His reason. 65 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwnrz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 74598, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Indisputable evidence. 66 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New Y T ork. 1898. no. 71595, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

'•Ivory for the horse." 67 

Copyright by The Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75112, Dec 22 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec, 22, 1898. 

Konrad Mazowiecki, no. 15. 68 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 22262, Apr. 7; 1 copy 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Dec. 16, 
1898. 



7 ( J 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS-Contixded. 



Titles — Continued. 

Latin design. 69 

Copyright by Ault & Wiborg co.. 

Cincinnati. 1898, no. 7.1212, Dec, 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 
Leszek Biaty,no.l4. 70 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 22261, Apr. 7; 1 copy 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Dec 16, 
1898. 

Local color. 71 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
inann. New York. 1898, no. 74588, Dec. 
20 : 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Mitchell (Charley). Supplement to Po- 
lice gazette, Jan. 7, 1899. 72 
Copyright by Richard K. Fox. New 
York.' 1898. no. 75108. Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

'•'Morning (The) order.'' 73 

Copyright by The Procter & Gamble 
co. . Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75120, Dec. 22; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Needed (A) formality. 74 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, Ne\y York. 1898, no. 74585, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, ls98. 

Nineteenth century memorial group. 75 
Copyright by Enrico C. Roseuzi, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 75940, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

"Off for a trip."' 76 

Copyright by The Procter &. Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75122, Dec. 
22; 2 copies rec*d Dec. 22, 1898. 

One of the causes. 77 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
inann,New Y'ork. 1898. no. 74581, Dec. 
20 : 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Only il Ivory "' pleases. 78 

Copyright by The Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75117. Dec. 
22 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Poor (A) excuse. 79 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
mann.NeV York. 1898, no. 74600, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Probably. 80 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann.New York. 1898, no. 74591, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

" Railroad men." 81 

Copyright by The Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75115, Dec. 
22; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



Titles — ( On tinned. 

"Schoolboy's hands." 82 

Copyright by The Procter & Gamble 
eo.. Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75110, Dec. 
22; 2 copies rec'd Dec 22, 1898. 
Sharkey (Tom) and Kid McCoy. Supple- 
ment to Police gazette, Jan. 14, IS! 18. 

83 
Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 
York. 1898, no. 75107. Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 
Small (A) and early. 84 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,New York. 1898, no. 74601, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 
Sure (A) sign. 85 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
rnann, New York. 1898, no. 74582, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 
"That bare place." 86 

Copyright by The Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75118, Dec. 22 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 
They exchange views. . 87 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,New York. 1898, no. 74596, Dec. 
20 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 
"To clean carpets." 88 

Copyright by The Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75114, Dec. 22 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 
"To clean matting." 89 

Copyright by The Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75117, Dec. 22; 
' 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 
Uncle Sam has troubles of his own. 90 
Copyright by Arkell pub. co.. New 
York." 1898, no. 62787. Oct, 25; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 
"Washing china." 91 

Copyright bv The Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75113, Dec. 22 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 
W7adys?aw Laskouogi. No. 13. 92 

Copyright bv Polish pub. co. 7 Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no". 22260, Apr. 7; 1 copj 
rec'd Apr. 7, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Dec. 16. 
1898. 
Wonderful (A) woman. 93 

Copyright by Kepnler & Schwarz- 
mann. New York. 1898, no. 74599, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 
Would-be (A) imitator of Hobson. 94 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
Y^ork. * 1898, no" 62785, Oct. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 
Written upon his iace. 95 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,"New Y^ork. 1898, no. 74587, Dec. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21. 1898. 



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VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Batterie, halt ! Westfalisches feldartil- 
lerie-regiinent, nr. 7. Battery, halt! 

Westphaliau regiment of field artil- 
lery, no. 7. 19 
Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1898, no". 74811, Dec. 21; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Brandenburg-gesehwader (Das) in see. 
The Brandenburg squadron at sea. 20 
Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 74813, Dec. 21; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Clifford and Huth. no. 3547. Sitting 

and standing figures. 21 

Copyright by United States printing 

co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 74914, Dec. 
22; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Davis (Jessie Bartlet + .). Supplement to 

the Holiday dramatic news, 1898. 22 

Copyright by Edwin S. Eettelheim, 

New York. 1898, no. 75942, Dec. 27; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Fulgora, Portrait, no. 3413. 23 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 74916, Dec, 
22 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

I've been to see. no. 3548. 24 i 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 74917, Dec. j 
22; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Kaiser Alexander garde-grenadier-regi- 
ment. Regiment Kaiser Alexander 
grenadiers of the guard. 25 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, ! 
Ohio. 1898, no. 74812, Dec. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Kaiser Wiihelm II., mit stab. Emperor 
William II. and his staff. 26 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 74809, Dec. 21 ; 2 copies 



rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



2 Hannoversches 
nr. 16. Cavalry 



Kavallerie patrouille. 
dragoner - regiment, 
patrol, Second Hanoverian regiment 
of dragoons, no. 16. 27 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 74814, Dec. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



TUles — Continued. 

Landungsgefecht. Skirmish of marhn 
on shore. 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. ' 1898. no.' 74816, Dec. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Le Royle. Portrait, no. 3601. 29 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 74915, Dtc. 
22; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Ma ceo (General Antonio), the hero of 

Peralejo. 30 

Copyright by Sahm & co., New York. 

1898, no. 71425. Dec. 8; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 21, 1898. 

Model (The), no. 3531. 31 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 74913, Dec. 
22; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22. 1898. 

New York dramatic news and dramatic 

times, 1898; holiday number. 32 

Copyright by Edwin S. Bcttelheim, 

New York. 1898, no. 75941, Dec. 27 ; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Rice (Fanny). Portrait, no. 3593, with 

i-sheet top and bottom. 33 

Copyright by United States printing 

co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 74918, Dec. 

22; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Story of a clay. No. 3534. 34 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75215, Dec. 
23; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Teddy's ride. 35 

Copyright by Grav lithograph co., 
New York. 1898. no." 75216, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Uniformierung der schutztruppe fiir 
Deutsche-Ost-Afrika. The colonial 
troops of German East Africa. 36 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1898, no." 74810, Dec. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Wurttembergisches infanterie-regiment, 
nr. 125. Wiirtteinberg regiment of in- 
fantry, no. 125. 37 
Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. " 1898, no. 74815, Dec. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



XI 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Path (The). 43 

Copyright by Coover & Rasmussen, 
San Francisco. 1898, no. 68087. Nov. 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Nov. 21. 1898. 

"Burgers (The)." 44 

Copyright by William F. James, Chi- 
cago. " 1898. no. 75218. Dee. 23; 2 copies 
reed Dec. 23, 1898. 

Chassan (The). 45 

Copyright by Coover & Rasmussen, 
San Francisco/ 1898, no. 68086. Nov. 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Now 21, 1898. 

bhivalry. 46 

Copyright by Cooyer & Rasmussen, 
San Francisco/ 1898, no. 68084. Nov. 21 : 
2 copies rec'd Nov. 21. 1898. 

Fall and expulsion. (8 x 10 negative.) 

Artist, Kenyon Cox. 47 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 1898/no. 74824, Dec. 21; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Feehan (Most reyerend P. A.), Arch- 
bishop of Chicago, nos. 1, 2. 48 
Copyright by Lavalene art co., Chi- 
cago. l 1898, nos. 74826,74827. Dec. 21; 
2 copies each rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Haryard university foot-ball team, 1898. 
30531. 17 x 20. 49 



30532. 11 x 14. 



50 



Copyright by Pach bros.. New York. 
1898, nos. 74615.74616, Dec. 20; 2 copies 
each rec'd Dec. 20, 1898. 

Little Elaine, nos. 1, 2. 51, 52 

Copyright by AY. M. Morrison, Chi- 
cago. " 1898. no's. 75123, 75124, Dec. 22; 
2 copies each rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Madonna. 53 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1898, 'no. 74825, Dec. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

"Maternity." no. 127. 54 

Copyright by B. J. Shipman. St. Paul. 
1898. no. 75336, Dec. 23; 2 conies rec'd 
Dec. 22, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 

My favorite fruit. 55 

Copyright by Abraham Lincoln 
Davis. New Hampton, X. H. 1898, no. 
74388, Dec. 20; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 20, 

1898. 

Nurse and pickaninny. oG 

Copyright by William F. James, Chi- 

igo. 1898, no. 75. r 

rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Old (The) tiddler. 57 

Copyright by Cooyer & Rasmussen, 
San Francisco. ' 1898. no. 68088, Nov. 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Nov. 21, 1898. 

Pets (The). 58 

Copyright by Cooyer <Sc Rasmussen. 
San Francisco. " 1898, no. 68085, Nov. 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Nov. 21, 1898. 

Princeton university football team, 1898. 

no. 7996. 59 

Copyright by Pach bios.. New York. 

1898. no/74613, Dec. 20; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 20, 1898. 

Pursuit of ideal. (From 8 x 10 negative. ) 

Artist, Kenyon Cox. 60 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 1898, no. 74823, Dec. 21; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



Schley (Admiral W. S. ), U. S. N, 
58751. 



no. 
61 

Copyright by Pach bros.. New York. 
1898, no. 74614, Dec. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
' Dec. 20, 1898. 

Sheep. 62 

Copyright by Ida Louisa Yanden- 
burg. Chicago/ 1898, no. 62984. Oct 26; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 26, 1898. 

Stormy (A) day. 63 

Copyright by Louis S. Fitch. San 
Diego, Cal. 1898, no. 74828, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

"Where's papa? " no. 126. 64 

Copyright by B. J. Shipman, St. Paul. 
1898, no/75335. Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 22, 1898. 



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IX. FINE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the tine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



14 



Aggravation. Painted by B. Riviere. 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75382. Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Angel (The) appearing to the shepherds. 

Drawn by J. M. H. Hofmann. 15 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62650, Oct. 

25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct, 25, 1898. 

Augel with tablet. 16 

Copyright by Augustus St. Gandens, 
New York. 1898, no. 75885. Dec. 27; 1 
photograph rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

At Bethany. Drawn by J. M. H. Hof- 
mann. 17 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62644, Oct. 
25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

At home again. Painted by F. v. Defreg- 

ger. 18 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75367, Dec. 

24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Baptism (The). Drawn by J. M. H. Hof- 
mann. 19 I 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, I 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62637. Oct. 
25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

Chrissie. Painted by E. J. Harding. 20 
Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75377, Dec. 
24 ; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Christ blessing. Drawn by J. M. H. Hof- 
mann. 21 
Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62638, Oct. 
25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

Christ mocked. Drawn by J. M. H. Hof- 
mann. 22 
Copyright by Franz Hanfstaenjyl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62610, Oct. 
25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

Christ rescues Peter from the waves 

Drawn by J. M. H. Hofmann. 23 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62639. Oct. 

25 ; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

Christian (The). Painted by H. T. Gla/e- 

brooke. 24 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 

Munich. 1898, no. 75388, Dec. 24: 1 

- photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898 



Titles— Continued. 

Dutchman's (The) prayer. 25 

Copyright bv George Wood Ramage, 
Chicago.'" 1898, no. 46926 s . Aug. 8; 1 
photograph rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Emniaus. Drawn by J. M. H. Hofmann. 

26 
Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62642, Oct. 
25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

Entry into Jerusalem.* Drawn by J. M. 

H. Hofmann. 27 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62615. Oet. 

25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

Florence. Painted by G. Max. 28 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898. no. 75373, Dec. 
24 ; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Gethsemaue. Drawn by J. M. II. Hof- 
mann. 29 
Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62643, Oct. 
25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

Golf (The) player. 30 

Copyright by Edward Wilson, 
Princeton, N. J. 1898, no. 75359, Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Greatest (The) in the kingdom of heaven. 

Drawn by J. M. H. Hofmann. 31 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62641, Oct. 

25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

Half broken. Painted by G. Earle. 32 
Copyright by Franz H.infstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75371, Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Healing the blind. Drawn by J. M. H. 
Hofmann. 33 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62648, Oct. 
25 ; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

Holy family. Painted by H. Lauenstein. 

34 
Copyright by Franz Hanfstaenul, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75362, Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Holy (The) night 
Hofmann. 



Drawn by J. M. II. 
35 

Copyright by Franz Haufstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62649, ( >ct. 
25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 



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Titles— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Jesus presented in the temple. Drawn by 

J. M. H. Hofmann. 36 

Copyright bv Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62651, Oct. 

25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 1898. 

Judas' kiss. Drawn by J. M. H. Hof- 

mann. 37 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, German v. 1898, no. 62646. Oct. 

25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25. 1898. 

Katie King. Painted by G. Max. 38 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898. no. 75371. Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Lady with parrot. Painted by F. Soula- 

croix. 39 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich. Germany. 1898. no. 75363, Dec. 

24: 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24. 1898. 

Lamb (The) of God. Painted by H. Lau- 

enstein. 40 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl. 

Munich, Germany. 1898. no. 75360, Dec. 

24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Law reigns. 41 

Copyright by Kenyon Cox, U. S. 
1898. no. 74744/ Dec. 21; 1 photograph 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Lilian. Painted by E. J.Harding. 42 
Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. Germany. 1898, no. 75376, Dec. 
24 ; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Painted by H. Ry- 
43 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75366. Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Love's awakening. Painted by F. Mar- 
tin. 44 
Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898. no. 75383, Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



Lily (The) of God. 
land. 



Madonna. 



45 



Copyright by D. P. Kimball, Boston. 
1898, no. 74743, Dec. 21; 1 photograph 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Mater dolorosa. Painted by A. Echtler. 

46 
Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75368. Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

May song. Painted by E. Sorbi. 47 j 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75385, Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



May the Fates proye kind. Painted by 

C. Haigh-Wood. is 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75386, Dec 

24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Maysie. Painted by E. J. Harding. 49 
Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898. no. 75375. Dec. 
24 ; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Nearing home. Painted by L. Freyburg- 
Proschwitzky. 50 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich. Germany. 1898. no. 75389, Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Poem (A). Painted by M. E. Kindon. 

51 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, "Germany. 1898, no. 75364, 

Dec. 24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 

1898. 

Resurrection (The). Drawn by J. M. H. 
Hofmann. 52 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 62647, 
Oct. 25; 1 photograph rec'd Oct. 25, 
1898. 

Ring (The). Painted by J. Bacon. 53 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75381, 

Dec. 24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 

1898. 

Rosamonda. Painted by E. J. Harding. 

54 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75378, 

Dec. 24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 

1898. 

"Salpiglossis." 55 

Copy right by Mandeville & King, 
Rochester. 1898, no. 75219, Dec. 23;\l 
photograph rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Secrets. Painted by H. Ryland. 56 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75365, 

Dec. 24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 

1898. 

She is your sweetheart. Painted by E. y. 
Blaas. 57 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75384, 
Dec. 24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 
1898. 

Spring. Painted by J. Schmid. 58 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 

Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75379, 

Dec. 24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 

1898. 



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FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sweet hopes that come with spring. 
Painted by A. L. Henniker. 59 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75390, Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Tournament (The). Painted by R. Hed- 
ley. 60 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75380. Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Trouble. Painted bv N. Richardson. 

61 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75361, Dec. 
24 ; 1 photograph, rec'd Dec. 24, 



Titles — Continued. 

Unbroken. Painted by G. Earl. 62 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75373, Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

View (A) of Rome. Painted by A. Rieger. 

63 
Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1895, no. 75369. Dec. 
24: 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Vintage. Painted by H. Ryland. 64 

Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75387, Dec. 
24; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Well broken. Painted by G. Earl. 65 
Copyright by Franz Hanfstaengl, 
Munich, Germany. 1898, no. 75370, Dec. 
24 ; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIG-HT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found.) 



Ahnelt (William P.), New York: 
Fallon, 
prints.) 

u Flora 
prints.) 

(Engravings 



(Engravings, cuts, and 
(Engravings, cuts, and 



cuts, and 



(Engravings, 
(Engravings, 
(Engravings, 
(Engravings, 



cuts, 
cuts, 
cuts, 
cuts, 



and 



and 



and 
and 



(Engravings, cuts, and 



Florence, 
prints.) 

Florida, 
prints.) 

11 Forbes.'' 
prints. ) 

Forsyth, 
prints.) 

Fortuna. 
prints.) 

" Frio." 
prints.) 
Allen (Ellen N.), Ft. Pierce, Fla. : 

Redmonds (The). (Drama.) 
American Baptist pub. society, Philadel- 
phia: 

Riley (B. F.) A history of the Bap- 
tists in the southern states, east of the 
Mississippi. (Books: 1.) 
American hook co., New York: 

Dryer (C. R. ) Geographv of Indiana. 
(Books: 2.) 

American press association, New York : 
New (The) year styles. (Books: 3.) 
Where the soldiers' clothes are made. 
(Books: 3.) 

Andre (Johaun), Offenbach a. Main : 

Am grabe des sangesgenossen. Ru- 

land Aysslinger. (Music.) 

Begriissungslied fiir ein brautpaar. 

Ruland Aysslinger: op. 17. (Music.) 



Andre ( Johann), Offenbach a. Main : 

Drei lieder fiir viersl immigen frauen- 
chor, von Gustav Lazarus, nos. 1-3. 
(Music.)' 

Miigdlein, hab acht! Jos. Werth. 
(Music.) 

Rheingold. Ludwig Andre. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Wein (Der) vom Rhein. Von Felix 
Lohr. (Music.) 

Wir gratuliren . \\ aland Aysslinger. 
(Music.) 
Appleton (D.) & co.,New York: 

Green (John Richard). A short his- 
tory of the English people, v. 2. 
(Books: 1.) 
Arkell publishing co., New York : 

Can't shake the plum tree. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Uncle Sam has troubles of his own. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Would-be (A) imitator of Hobson. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Atwood ( Henry Dean), Taunton, Mass : 

At wood (Henry Dean.) The last 
arrow and other poems. (Books: 1.) 
Ault & Wiborg. Cincinnati : 

"Anglo-Saxon design." (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints. ) 

Latin design. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Baker (Beatrice Barnett), Valley View, 
Tex. : 

General Wheeler's grand inarch. B. 
B.Baker. (Music.) 

Soldier's (The) return waltz. B. B. 
Baker. (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Banie (O. H.) & co., Gloversville, N. Y. : 
Glove-trade directory, 1899. (Books : 

1.) 
Bartschnrid (Alois), Hartford, Conn. : 
Mass in D. Alois Bartschmid. 
Vocal score. (Music.) 
Benner (E.), Philadelphia : 

Selections from the opera Cavalleria 
rusticaua. P. Mascagni; P. F. Cain- 
piglio. (Music.) 
Bettelheim (Edwin S.), New York: 

Davis (Jessie Bartlett). (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

New York" dramatic news and dra- 
matic times, 1898; holiday number. 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 
Bible study publishing co., Boston: 

Bible (The) study union (or Blakes- 
lee) graded lessons. The Bible study 
manual for the courses on the life 
of Christ and on gospel teachings. 
(Books: 2.) 

Gospel teachings ; or, Lessons 

from the deeds and words of Christ. 
(Books: 2.) 
Bloom (Sol), Chicago: 

People's palace store. J. Irving 
Crabbe; Leo Freedman. (Music.) 
Bosworth it co., Leipzig: 

Brighter (The) day. Clifton Bing- 
ham; Angelo Mascheroni. (Music.) 

Lrie-la-loo. Song. Clifton Bingham ; 
Angelo Mascheroni. (Music.) 
Bote (Ed) &. Bock (G.), Berlin: 

Zwei mannerchore. Yon Edwin 
Schultz. nos. 1, 2. (Music.) 
Bowen-Merrill co., Indianapolis: 

Harper (Ida Husted). The life and 
work of Susan B. Authonv. v. 1, 2. 
(Books: 1.) 
Boy den (Emily M.) (Blakeslee), Chicago : 
I am the good shepherd. E. M. 
(Blakeslee) Bovden. (Music.) 
Bradford (J. B.), New York: 

Manufacturers (The) and importers 
in the dry eoods trade. 1899. (Books : 
2.) 
Brainard's (S.) son co., Chicago: 

Farewell to the roses. Waltz, by H. 
C. Yerner. (Music.) 
Brand publishing co., Cincinnati: 

Tennessee (A) shout. R. M. Brand. 
(Music.) 
Braumuller (Herman A.) & co., Chicago: 
Under the mistletoe bough. K. N. 
Wood; L.M.French. (Music.) 
Breitkopf &. Hartel, Leipzig: 

Fantasie. Heinrich Schenker; Fr. 
W. Holme. [Piano.] (Music.) 
Buck (Dudley), New York: 

Benedic anima. By Dudley Buck. 
(Music.) 

Cantate Domino. Dudley Buck. 
(Music.) 
Burr (William H.), Rochester: 

Burr (Wm. H.) Tax collection laws 
of New York state. (Books: 1.) 



Butler (Emma L.), Rochester, N. Y. : 

Gazelle waltz. E. L. Butler. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Camp (W. M.), Chicago: 

Camp(W.M.) Notes on track. 85; 
chisels. (Books: 3.) 
Carlin tfc Lennox, Indianapolis : 

Dingy's (The) serenade. Roy Mul- 
lendore. (Music.) 

Valse etude. Elizabeth H. Hart- 
mann. (Music.) 
Cheesman (Jacob), Fairmount, Ind. : 

Tell them I died, while lighting for 
the flag. Jacob Cheesman. (Music; 
Chicago record, Chicago : 

Americans start for home. (Books: 
3.) 

Banished to Egypt. (Books: 3.) 

Battle ships at Valparaiso. (Books : 
3.) 

Belgian queen at the opera. (Books: 
3.) 

Britain buys of us. (Books: 3.) 

Britain's demand to Spain. (Books: 
3.) 

Campos may form a cabinet. (Books : 
3.) 

Charity bazaar in Nice. (Books: 3.) 

Defends his memory. (Books: 3.) 

Difficult si tuation in Galicia. 
(Books: 3.) 

Don Carlos returns to Venice. 
(Books: 3.) 

Emperor joins in a bear hunt. 
(Books: 3.) 

Engaged to marry a countess. 
(Books: 3.) 

Expected French svmpathy . (Books : 
3.) 

Fear for the Kaiser. (Books: 3.) 

Fierce storm on the Baltic. (Books: 
3.) 

Fight in a Havana suburb. (Books: 
3.) 

Former British minister dead. 
(Books: 3.) 

Germany's position in Samoa. 
(Books: 3.) 

Gives Austria notice. (Books: 3.) 

Grand Duke has a hard voyage. 
(Books: 3.) 

Gunboat Helena at Naples. (Books: 
3.) 

Jews are driven out. (Books: 3.) 

Lacks a real leader. (Books: 3.) 

Lord and Lady Curzon set sail. 
(Books: 3.) 

May be ashes of Julius Ciesar. 
(Books: 3.) 

May keep France out. (Books: 3.) 

New bridge over the Rhine. (Books : 
3.) 

New railway in Bohemia. (Books : 3.) 

Opposed to a separate flag. (Books : 
3.) 

Opposition to Prince George. (Books : 
3.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Chicago record, Chicago: 

Palace of the Doges decaying. 
(Books: 3.) 
Pays for the damage done. (Boohs: 



3.) 



3.) 



Peace Sunday in England. (Books : 



(Books: 3.) 
in Spain. 



Political crisis in Spain. 

Political uncertainty 
(Books: 3.) 

Prizes for art criticisms. (Books: 3.) 

Race bitterness in France. (Books: 
3.) 

Re-enters the Swiss army. (Books: 
3.) 

Reforms in penal settlements. 
(Books: 3.) 

Saved from drowning, to freeze. 
(Books: 3.) 

Seek a successor to Szilagyi. (Books : 
3.) 

Switzerland's new president. (Books : 
3.) 

Threaten violence to opponent. 
(Books: 3.) 

To change the bed of the river. 
(Books: 3.) 

Visited by the sultan. (Books: 3.) 

Wins the favor of the pope. (Books : 
3.) ' 

Worrving the Italian ministry. 
(Books: 3.) 
Childs (John Lewis), Floral Park, N. Y. : 

Chillis' rare flowers, vegetables, and 
fruits. 1899. (Books: 2.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati: 

Children's (The) hymn. Elizabeth 
K.Reynolds; E. R. Kroeger. (Music.) 

Gather ye rose-buds while ye may. 
Robert Herrick; James H. "Rogers. 
(Music.) 

God's promise. Kate Allen Coolidge ; 
W.T.Porter. High voice. (Music.) 

Harper (The). By Wm. Schmidt. 
(Music.) 

Jolly (The) old pedagogue. Geo. 
Arnold; J.W. Lermau. (Music.) 

On the lake. By Wm. Schmidt. 
(Music.) 
Churchill (Llewella Pierce), U. S. : 

Middy (The) and the savage maid. 
(Books: 3.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Algebra; examination questions. 
(Books: 2.) 

Arithmetic, section 1. Instruction 
paper. 2d ed. (Books: 2.) 

— Section 1. Question paper. 2d 



ed. (Books: 3.) 

Section 2. 

Section 3. 

Section 4. 

Section 5. 

Section 6. 

Elements (The) 
neering. Mapping plates 
(Books: 2.) 



(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
(Books: 2.) 
of municipal engi- 
lst ed. 



Tables and formulas. 
Answers to questions. 



Colliery engineer eo., Scranton. Pa : 

Geometrical drawing. Instruction 
paper. 3d ed. (Books: 2.) 

International (The) correspondence 
schools, Scranton, Pa. An elementary 
treatise on gas fitting. 1st ed. v. 1. 
Arithmetic, mensuration, mechanics, 
gas and gas fitting, electric-light wir- 
ing, and bell work. (Books: 1.) 

v. 2. Mechanical drawing. 

(Books: 1.) 

v. 3. 

(Books: 1.) 

v. 4. 

(Books: 1.) 
To insure prompt replies. (Books : 2. ) 
Conklin (Mabel L.), Brooklyn: 

Ober (Frank W.) For men. (Books: 
2.) 
Continental publishing co.. New Aork: 
Millard (Bailey). She of the West, 
(Books: 1.) 
Coolidge (Elizabeth), Chicago: 

Coolidge (Elizabeth). After-supper 
songs. (Books: 1.) 
Coover and Rasmussen, San Francisco: 
"Bath (The)." (Photographs.) 
"Chassan (The).'' (Photographs.) 
" Chivalry." (Photographs.) 
"Old (The^ fiddler." (Photographs.) 
"Pets (The)." (Photographs.) 
Cox (Kenyon), U. S. : 

Law reigns. (Fine arts.) 
Cox (Palmer), New York: 

Cox (P.) The Brownies and the tide. 
(Books: 3.) 
Cramer (J.B.) & co. (ltd.), London: 

Such merry folk are we. Harold 
Boulton ; Theo. Marzials. (Music.) 
Crowell (Thomas Y.) >Sc co., New York : 
Tolstoi, Liov Nikolaevich, graf. War 
and peace, v. 2. (Books: 1.) 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston: 

Fall and expulsion , ( Photographs. ) 
"Madonna." (Photographs. ) 
Pursuit of ideal. (Photographs.) 
Davis (Abraham Lincoln), New Hamp- 
ton, N.H.: 

My favorite fruit. (Photographs.) 
Davis (J.Walter), Minneapolis: 

Davis (J. Walter) The Gawktown 
revival club. (Books: 1.) 
Doherty (Terrence), Chicago: 

United States. (Semi-circular map 
view of the). (Maps and charts.) 
Dott (R.M.). Sioux City, Iowa: 

Sioux City and its environments. 
(Books: 2.) 
Eaton (Seymour), Lansdowne, Pa : 

Chicago (The) record's home study 
circle, no. 293, Monday, Dec. 12,1898. 
Night school course. (Hooks: 3.) 

. no. 294, Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1898. 

Popular studies in Shakespeare. 
(Books: 3.) 

no. 295, Wednesday, Dec. II, 1898. 

Elementary mathematics. (Books: 3.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Contixi i:r>. 



Eaton (Seymour), Lansdowne, Pa. : 

Chicago (The) record's home study 
circle, no. 296, Thursday. Dec. 15, 
1898. Drawing, designing, and illus- 
trating. (Books : 3.) 

no. 297, Friday. Dec. 16, 1898. 

Popular studies in Shakespeare. 
I Books: 3.) 

no. 298, Saturday, Dec. 17, 1898. 

The world's greatest musicians. 
(Books: 3.) 
Educational map pub. co. of Indiana, 
Charleston, AY. Ya. : 

YVest Virginia. (A sectional and in- 
dustrial map of) (Maps and charts.) 
Eiland (F. L.), Waco, Tex. : 

" Rock of Ages," F. L. Eiland. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Electrical engineer institute of corre- 
spondence instruction, New York: 

Electrical (The) engineer institute 
of correspondence instruction. Can I 
become an electrical engineer? rev. ed. 
t^Books: 1.) 
Electrician pub. co., Chicago: 

Western electrician's lamp-lighting 
schedule. (Books: 2.) 
Electrominus co., Denver: 

Why are we sick? (Books: 2.) 
Ellingwood (Finley), Chicago: 

Ellingwood (Finley.) A systematic 
treatise on materia medica and thera- 
peutics. (Books: 1.) 
Fitch (Louis S.), San Diego, Cal. : 

" Stormy (A) day." (Photographs.) 
Flanagan (A.), Chicago: 

Burdens (The) of birdland. Minnie 
Frances Brown ; W. F. Leavitt. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Hershman (W. H.) Manual of 
nature study by grades. (Books : 1 .) 
Forsyth bros.. London : 

Sea (The) song. David Blattner; 
Francis Boehr. (Music.) 
Fox (Richard K.), New York: 

Haley (Patsy). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Mitchell (Charley). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints ) 

Sharkey (Tom) and Kid McCoy. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Francis. Day & Hunter. London: 

In our " locality. Mills & Carter. 
(Music. ) 

It doesn't belong to me. Frank Leo. 
Music.) 

she wears no crown of gold. Murray 
and Leigh ; George Le Br nun. (Music. ) 
Song (A) from the heart. E. W. 
Rogers. (Music.) 

Three (The) musketeers. Celian 
Kottaun. (Music.) 
Fraser (Alfred L.), Yonkers, N. Y. : 

Fraser (A. L.) Table of legal weights. 
per bushel, of agricultural and mineral 
products, etc. (Books: 2.) 



Gale (James M.), Yorkville, 111. : 

Gale (James M.) An act defining 
money. (Books: 3.) 
Gaudens (Augustus St.), New York: 
Angel with tablet. (Fine arts.) 
Gordon (Hamilton S.), New York : 

Bunch of daisies. By Otto Schweers. 
(Music.) 

'•In the mountains. 7 ' By P. A. 
Schnecker. (Music.) 

" My love for you.'' William H. Gard- 
ner; Herbert L. Clarke. (Music.) 

"Twilight thoughts." By P. A. 
Schnecker. (Music.) 
Gray lithograph co., New York: 

Teddy's ride. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.') 
Grus (Leon), Paris: 

Chevalier (Le) au Lion. Augusta 
Holmes, no. 1. (Music.) 
Hachette et cie., Paris: 

Nid dans les roses. H. de Fon- 
tenailles; H.Collin. (Music.) 

Pizzicato de la suite "Pantomime." 
P. Lacome. (Music.) 
Hale (A.W.)j New York: 

Manhattan borough (Map of district 
in), bounded by 4th and 5th avenues, 
18th and 21st streets. (Maps and 
charts.) 
Hall (R. W.) music co.. Gillespie, Pa. : 
South (The) Carolina belle. R. W. 
Hall. Band. (Music.) 
Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, Germany: 
Aggravation. (Fine arts.) 
Angel (The) appearing to the shep- 
herds. (Fine arts.) 
At Bethany. (Fine arts.) 
At home again. (Fine arts.) 
Baptism (The). (Fine arts.) 
Chrissie. (Fine arts.) 
Christ blessing. (Fine arts.) 
Christ mocked. (Fine arts.) 
Christ rescues Peter from the waves. 
(Fine arts.; 
Christian (The). (Fine arts.) 
Eminaus. (Fine arts.) 
Entry into Jerusalem. (Fine arts.) 
Florence. (Fine arts.) 
Gethsemane. (Fine arts.) 
Greatest (The) in the kingdom of 
heaven. (Fine arts.) 

Half broken. (Fine arts.) 
Healing the blind. (Fine arts.) 
Holy family. (Fine arts.) 
Holy (The) night. (Fine arts.) 
Jesus presented in the temple. (Fine 
arts.) 
Judas' kiss. (Fine arts.) 
Katie King. (Fine arts.) 
Lady with parrot. (Fine arts.) 
Lamb (The) of God. (Fine arts.) 
Lilian. (Fine arts.) 
Lily (The) of God. (Fine arts.) 
Love's wakening. (Fine arts.) 
Mater dolorosa. (Fine arts.) 
May song. (Fine arts.) 



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Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, Germany: 

May the fates prove kind. (Fine 
arts.) 

Maysie. (Fine arts.) 

Nearing home. (Fine arts.) 

Poem (A). (Fine arts.) 

Resurrection (The). (Fine arts.) 

Ring (The). (Fine arts.) 

Rosamonda. (Fine arts.) 

Secrets. (Fine arts.) 

She is your sweetheart. (Fine arts.) 

Spring. (Fine arts.) 

Sweet hopes that come with spring. 
(Fine arts.) 

Tournament (The). (Fine arts.) 

Trouble. (Fine arts.) 

Unbroken. ( Fine arts. ) 

View (A) of Rome. (Fine arts.) 

Vintage. (Fine arts.) 

"Well broken. (Fine arts.) 
Harms (T. B.) & co., New York: 

At the sound of the signal bell. 
Will A. Heelan; Max Dreyfus. (Mu- 
sic.) 

In the Sacramento valley. Charles 
Graham and Max Dreyfus. (Music.) 
Harper & bros., Xew York: 

Black (William). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Phillips (Andrew W.) and Strong 
(Wendell M.) Elements of trigonom- 
etry, plane and spherical. (Books: 1.) 
Harris (Charles K.), Milwaukee: 

Ma Filipino babe. C. K. Harris: 
Joseph Clauder. (Music.) 

Harvey (Alice Upton), Chicago: 

Hawaiian gavotte. Alice Upton 
Harvey. (Music.) 

Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Barcarolle. Adolf Jensen ; Thomas 
aBecket. (Music.) 

Bugler (The). Adolf Jensen; Thomas 
aBecket. (Music.) 

Dance of the elves. Adolf Jensen; 
Thomas a Becket. (Music.) 

Dance of the Magyars. Adolf Jensen ; 
Thomas a Becket. (Music.) 

Gracieuse (La). Adolf Jensen; 
Thomas a Becket. (Music.) 

In slumber sweet. Adolf Jensen; 
Thomas a Becket. (Music.) 

To the colors. Adolf Jensen; 
Thomas a Becket. (Music.) 

Wood nymph (The). Adolph Jensen ; 
Thomas a Becket. (Music) 
Heugel et cie., Paris : 

Beaucoup de bruit pourrien. Edou- 
ardBlau; Paul Puget. (Music.) 

Lakme. Leo Delibes. La cabane. 
Johannes Snoer. (Music.) 

Petites ( Les) Barnett. Louis Varney ; 
J. A. Auschiitz. (Music.) 

Serenade de Milenka. Gustave 
Lagye ; Jan Block. (Music.) 

Trio, par J. B. Wekerlin. (Music. ) 



Higbee (Mrs. 1ST. L.), Marion, Ind. : 

Gipsy carol. Mrs. N. L. Higbee. 
(Music.) 
Hobson & co., New York : 

Catalogo ilustrado, no. 106. (Books: 
2.) 
Home music co., Logansport, Ind. : 

My Indiana home, by W. T. Giffe. 
(Music.) 
Horton (P^dwarcl Augustus), Boston : 

Christmas light. Edward A. Horton ; 
Eben H, Bailey. (Music.) 

Christmas (The) story. Edward A. 
Horton; Eben H. Bailey. (Music.) 

Hail the day. Edward A. Horton; 
Eben H. Bailey. (Music.) 

Hark! the bells. E. N. Emerson; 
Edward A. Horton. (Music.) 

March on, march on. Edward A. 
Horton; Eben H.Bailey. (Music.) 

Lo! the call. Edward A. Horton; 
Eben H. Bailey. (Music.) 
Howard, Ainslee & co., New York : 

Achard [Louis], Aniedee [Eugene]. 
The Hugueuot's love. (Books: 1.) 
Howley, Haviland & co., New York: 

Belles of society. Waltz, by Edward 
Hoist. (Music.)' 

I loves my little honey best of all. 
Ernest Hogan. (Music.) 
Maid of honor. Ben Turtle. (Music.) 
Molly Mcln tyre. George Evans. (Mu- 
sic.) 

" Please, Mr. Conductor, don't put me 
off." J. Fred Helf and E. P. Moran. 
(Music.) 

Sweet Kitty O'Neill. Raymond A. 
Browne. (Music.) 

"You're alright [sic] but you don't 
get in." Jess Danzig. (Music.) 
Hull (Moses), Buffalo: 

Hull (Moses). The devil and advent- 
ists. (Books: 2.) 
Hylands (Fred.), New York: 

Darkey (The) volunteer. By Fred. 
Hylands. (Music.) 
Imperial granum co., New Haven: 

Imperial granum directions. (Books : 
2.) 
Irwin (May), U.S.: 

She's a thoroughbred . By Ned Way- 
burn. (Music.) 
Jiiger (Julius). Berlin: 

In der laube. Walzer-lied, von Rud 
Forster. (Music.) 

, Morgenstandcken. Gavotte. Leo 
Poldely; Robert Bachhofer. (Music.) 
Zwei herzen. Walzer-lied, von Rud 
Forster. (Music.) 
James (William F.), Chicago: 

''Burgers (The)." (Photographs.) 
Nurse and pickaninny. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Johns (H. W.) mfg. co.. New York : 

Asbestos. Paints, colors, varnishes, 
etc. (Books: 2.) 
Color card. (Books: 2.) 



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Jones (Samuel Arthur). Anu Arbor, 
Mich. : 

Jones (Samuel Arthur). Some un- 
published letters of Henry D. and 
Sophia E. Thoreau. (Books: 1.) 
Jung (P. L.), New York: 

Gondoliera. Maurice Moszkowski. 
(Music.) 

Romance. Edmund Severn. (Music.) 

Six fancies for the piano, by Edgar 
Thorn: op. 7. (Books: 2.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Books: 
3.) 
Keppler and Schwarzmann, New York : 

Argument (An). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

As to heredity. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Carried. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

"Charity begins at home."'" (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Cupid's plight. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Easy (An) discoverer. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Explanation (An). Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

George not in it. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Great luck. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

His reason. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints. ) 

Indisputable evidence. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Local color. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Needed (A) formality. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

One of the causes. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Poor (A) excuse. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Probably. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Small (A) and early. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints. ) 

Sure (A) sign. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints ) 

They exchange views. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints. ) 

Wonderful (A) woman. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Written upon his face. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Keves (Stephen P.), Boston: 

" Keves (S. F.) The war of 1898. 
(Books: 2.) 

Kimball (D. P.), Boston : 
Madonna. (Fine arts.) 

Kimball (J. C), Watertown, N. Y. : 

Watertown, N. Y., 1898. (Kimball's 
street map of.) (Maps and charts.) 



King (J. F.), Orrville, Ohio: 

I love the sea. C. H. Chamberlain ; 
Will S. Wilcox. (Music.) 
Kinloch Telephone co., St. Louis: 

Kinloch telephone company direct- 
ory. Bulletin no. 5. Dec, 1898." (Books : 
2.) 
Kriger (Maude), Lake, Mich. : 

Carnival (The). Lovina Maude Kri- 
ger; Dan Ball. (Music.) 
Lammers (P. J.), Baltimore : 

American (The) girl waltzes. J. Lenz- 
bery; Fred. Sax. (Music.) 
Lavalene art co., Chicago: 

Feehan (P. A.) nos. 1-2. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Lederer (Allison M.). Ridgewood, N. J. : 
Boy (The). (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 
Leduc (Alphonse), Paris: 

Six etudes caracteristiques pour vio- 
lon, par A. Lefort. Nos. 1-6. (Music.) 
Lemoine (Henry) et cie, Paris: 

En ramant. Francis Thome ; Leon 
Lemoine. (Music.) 

Metodo de cornetin de pistones. G. 
Pares. (Music.) 

Noce (La) an chateau. Francis 
Thome; Leon Lemoine. (Music.) 

Polichinelle. Francis Thome ; Leon 
Lemoine. (Music.) 

Valse-laendler. Francis Thome ; 
Leon Lemoine. (Music.) 
Lenzen (Jacob), Sedalia, Mo. : 

Dewey's reception. Jacob Lenzen. 
(Music.) 

Dewey's return. Two-step, com- 
posed by Jacob Lenzen. (Music.) 

Farewell, dear heart. Jacob Lenzen. 
(Music.) 
I think of tbee. Jacob Lenzer; 
' Carrie C. Clarke. (Music.) 

Kiss me at the door. Jacob Lenzer; 
W.A.Adams. (Music.) 

Queen of the night. Jacob Lenzer. 
(Music.) 

Thy love for me alone. Composed 
by Jacob Lenzer. (Music.) 
Leonard (Gardner C), Taylor (Henry C), 
and Whelan (Chas. T.), Albany, N. ¥., 
West field and Williamstown, Mass. : 

Leonard (Gardner C, and others, ed- 
itors). Songs of Williams. (Books: 1.) 
Lewis (Rees J.), Westport, Mo. : 

Lewis (Rees Jones). Four centu- 
ries, and other poems. (Books: 1.) 
Lippincott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia : 

McLaws (Lafayette). The mvsterv 
of Mr. Cain. (Books: 3.) 
Little (G. K.), Lisbon, Iowa: 

Little (G. K.) The first Christmas 
morning and childhood of Jesus. 
(Books: 2.) 
Livermore & Knight co.. Providence, 
R.I. : 

" From dav to day." (Books: 2.) 



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Longmans, Green & co., NewYork: 

Rogers (Arthur). Men and move- 
ments in the English church. (Books: 

!•> 

Luckhardt's musik-verlag, Leipzig: 

Friihlingssturm. Gottfried Ange- 
rer. (Music.) 
Lyceum pub. co., Philadelphia: 

All upset. (Dramaticcompositions.) 
Lynch & Daniels, Boston : 

Birth of the child king. John E. 
Daniels. (Music.) 
McClure (S. S.) co.,New York: 

Jacobs (W. W.) The tragedy of the 
Chrismas ghost. (Books: 3.) 

White (Michael Gifford). Kipling as 
a schoolboy. (Books: 3.) 
McCulloch- Williams (Mrs. Martha), New 
York : 

McCulloch- Williams (M.) A Christ- 
mas choice. (Books: 3.) 
Main ( W. F. ) co., Iowa City, Iowa : 

Good things to know. (Books: 2.) 
Mandeville & King, Rochester : 

" Salpiglossis." (Fine arts.) 
Martinka & co., New York : 

How many blocks in the pile? 
(Books: 2.) 
Mason (William L.), New York: 

Babe of Bethlehem. William L. 
Mason. (Music.) 

Christmas gems. Selected by W. L. 
Mason. (Books: 1.) 

Christmas offering. William L. 
Mason. (Music.) 

Glory to God. William L. Mason; 
Richard Wagner. (Music.) 

Hosanna. William L. Mason. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Lord (The) of love. William L. 
Mason. (Music.) 

Our Christinas tree. William L. 
Mason. (Music.) 

Promised (The) dawn. William L. 
Mason. (Music.) 

Song (The) celestial. William L. 
Mason. (Music.) 

Wake music's magic powers. Wil- 
liam L. Mason. (Music.) 
Merck & co., NewYork: 

Merck's 1899 manual of the materia 
medica. (Books: 1.) 
Meyer & brother, Chicago : 

All for me. Mrs. Frank A. Breck; 
J. H. Tenney. (Music.) 

All the world around. Jennie Wil- 
son; C. E. Koch. (Music.) 

America, beloved land. Abbott Fred- 
erick; Lester Price. (Music.) 

Anniversary day. E. E. Hewitt; A. 
W.Lawrence. (Music.) 

Are you coming ? E. R. Latta ; F. S. 
Shepard. (Music.) 

Are you ready? C. H. G. ; Vera G. 
Gabriel. (Music.) 

As long as I live. E. E. Hewitt; 
Lester Price. (Music.) 



Meyer & Brother, Chicago : 

Be a blessing. Jennie Wilson ; P. W. 
Hill. (Music.) 

Be a reaper. Jennie Wilson; Lester 
Price. (Music.) 

Beautiful citv of gold. Fanny J. 
Crosby; O. F. Pugli. (Music.) 

Beautiful star. L. E. Jones. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Beautiful starry flag. Jennie Wilson ; 
A. J. Showalter. (Music. ) 

Bless the Lord, O my soul. E. E. 
Hewett. (Music.) 

Blessed Sabbath home. Jennie Wil- 
son ; Lester Price. (Music.) 

Children's (The) day in June. E. E. 
Hewett; C. E.Koch. (Music.) 

Children's (The) shepherd. Mrs. 
Frank A. Breek ; T.E.Nye. (Music.) 

Christ, the Lord, is risen. H. A. 
Henry; Chas. H. Gabriel. (Music.) 

Come, learn the way. P. W. Hill. 
(Music.) 

Coming home. C. E. F. ; Chas. E. 
Furgeson. (Music.) 

Cross (The) shall be triumphant. 
Jennie Wilson; J. H. Tenney. Mu- 
sic.) 

Daily be my guide. Jennie Wilson; 
P.W.Hill. (Music.) 

Decide to-night. Mrs. J. W. Ken- 
nedy; W. S.Nickle. (Music.) 

Follow in His footsteps. Flora Kirk- 
land; A.W.Lawrence. (Music.) 

Glad (The) new year. Ada Blenk- 
horn; L.E.Jones. (Music.) 

Glad surrender. W. H. Bailey ; I. N. 
McHose. (Music; 

Go, Thou, with us, Savior. E. A. Hoff- 
man. (Music.) 

Gospel herald. P. W. Hill; Lester 
Price. (Music.) 

Guard and guide. E. E. Hewett; C. 
E.Koch. (Music.) 

Hail! happy morn. Ada Blenk- 
horn; E. E.Meyer. (Music.) 

Hail this day! Ada Blenkhorn; E. 
E.Meyer. (Music.) 

Hallelujah, I am free ! I.N. McHose, 
(Music.) 

His love shall be my anchor. E. E. 
Hewitt; Lester Price. (Music.) 

Homeland (The) of my soul. Jennie 
Wilson; A. J. Showalter. (Music.) 

I am going back to Jesus. Mattie 
Alice Long; Lester Price. (Music.) 

I am ready. Mrs. Frank A. Breck; 
E. F. Darling. (Music.) 

I am safe on the Rock of Ages. Jen- 
nie Wilson; C.E.Koch. (Music.) 

I will trust Him. Mrs. H. F. Thomas ; 
A. W. Lawrence. (Music.) 

I'm happy now. S. Henry Bolton; 
P.W. Hill. (Music.) 

In the time of birds and blossoms. 
Jennie Wilson; C. E. Koch. (Music.) 



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Meyer & brother, Chicago : 

* It leads by the cross. Mrs. Frank A. 
Breck; C. E. Koch. (Music.) 

Jesus loves the little ones. Jennie 
Wilson; A. J. Showalter. (Music.) 

1 ttie Alic 
AY. Hill. (Music.) 

Keep on singing. Mrs. Frank A. 
Breck ; J . H. Tenney. (Music. ) 

Leaving all to Jesus. Ida M. Budd; 
Chas. H. Gabriel. (Music.) 

Look up, happy Christian. E. E. 
Hewitt; C.E.Koch. (Music.) 

Lord, in Thee I'm trusting. P. W. 
Hill. (Music.) 

Lord's (The) own day. E. E. Hewitt : 
l.N. AIcHosc. (Music.) 

Love's labor 
Geo. W. Stockton. (Music.) 

My dearest Friend. Mrs. Frank A. 
Breck; J. H. Tenney. (Music.) 

My Friend and Savior. C. H. G. ; 
A.W. Lawrence. (Music.) 

No more to say good-bye. Mary L. 
Wingate; A. AY. Lawrence. (Music.) 

Xot unto us. E.E.Hewitt; Lester 
Price. (Music.) 

O. happy bells. Minnie A. Greiner; 
Chas. H. Gabriel. (Music.) 

O, what a wonderful story. L. E. 
Jones. (Music.) 

Onward! onward! L. E. Jones. 
(Music.) 

Open wide the door ! E, A. Hoffman. 
(Music.) 

Over the seas. P. AY. H. ; P. AA^. Hill. 
(Music.) 

Ring out, chiming bells! L. E. 
Jones. (Music.) 

Roll (The) of the faithful. Jennie 
AATlson ; A. J. Showalter. (Music.) 

Sabbath bells. Jennie AVilson ; Les- 
ter Price. (Music.) 

Savior (The) rose again. Ada 
Blenkhorn; A.R.Lawrence. (Music.) 

Savior's (The) invitation. Ada 
Blenkhorn: P. VY. Hill. (Music.) 

Sing praises. Jennie AATlson ; O. F. 
Pugh. (Music.) 

Singing of Jesus. Jennie Wilson; 
J. H. Tenney. (Music.) 

Sometimes. Words and music by J. 
S.N orris. (Music.) 

Steadily on. Airs. Frank A. Breck; 
J. H. Tenney. (Music.) 

Summer (The) is coming. E. E. 
Hewitt; C.E.Kock. (Music.) 
■ Tell it to-day. Mrs. M. A. Holt; A. 
W. Lawrence. (Music.) 

Tell the joyful news. Mrs. L. E. 
Jones; L.E.Jones. (Music.) 

Fnbounded love. I. H. McHose. 
(Music.) 

AA'alking with Jesus. Laura E. 
Newell; L.E.Jones. (Music.) 

Way (The) is so easv. S. K. Best: 
C.E.Koch. (Music.) 



i Meyer &, brother, Chicago : 

We come with happy hearts. Mrs. 
Frank A. Breck; Samuel Black. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Y\ e'ro marching home to God. Ada 
Blenkhorn. (Aiusic.) 

AYhat is your record ? I. H. AL, I. H. 
McHose. ^ Music.) 

AYhen Jesus is near. Jennie AATlson; 
C.E.Koch. (Aiusic.) 

AY" ill you join our ranks? Frank A. 
Breck; J. H. Tenuey. (Aiusic.) 

With joy we come. Harriet E. Jones; 
C.E.Koch. (Aiusic.) 

Wonderful day. Ada Blenkhorn; 
Geo. W. Stockton. (Aiusic.) 

Workers in the vineyard. Edgar A. 
Holmes. (Aiusic.) 

Yield not to the tempter. E. E. 
Hewitt; Geo. W. Stockton. (Aiusic.) 
Aliesse (Gabriel), Lancaster, Ohio: 

Belles of Lancaster. Gabriel Aliesse. 
(Music.) 
Alole.r (Arthur B.), Chicago: 

Moler (A. B.) The barbers' manual. 
(Books: 1.) 
Moore (George F.). New York: 

Alonticello ; march and two-step. 
George F. Aloore. (Aiusic.) 
Alorris (Joseph), Philadelphia: 

Cul'ed (Le)populashun. F.AY. Bunte. 
i (Aiusic.) 

Love-letter w r altz. Fugleman. (Aiu- 
sic.) 
Alorrison (AA\ AL), Chicago: 

Little Elaine, nos. 1 and 2. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
' Aiutch (Leslie R.), Spokane, AVash. : 

Mutch (L. R.) Health handbook. 
(Books: 2.) 
! Nash (C.F.) San Diego: 
' - Coast (The) guard service. (Books: 
i 3.) 
Newnes (George), ltd., London : 
Curiosities. (Books: 3.) 
Doyle (A. Conan.) Round the fire. 
(Books: 3.) 
Nickle (W. S.), Chicago: 

I am trusting in Thy blood. AA". J. 
Kennedy; AA". S. Nickle. (Music.) 

AA'e'll meet again. E. E. Hewitt; 
Airs. W. S. Nickle. (Aiusic.) 
Nicolls (Win. Jasper), Philadelphia: 

Nicolls (Wm. Jasper.) In the land 
of the hills. (Books: 1.) 
Northwestern library association, Chi- 
cago : 

Special catalogue of the Xorth west- 
ern library association, fall and winter 
1898-99. '(Books: 2.) 
O'Reilly (Joseph), Los Angeles: 

O'Reilly (Joseph). Seven jewels 
from our Savior's lips, and how to set 
them. (Books: 2.) 
Pach bros.. New York : 

Harvard university football team, 
1898. nos. 30531, 30532. (Photographs.) 



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Pach bros., New York : 

Princeton university football team, 
1898. no. 7996. (Photographs.) 

Schley (W. S.) no. 5875. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Passage (Charles D.), jr., Towanda, Pa. : 
Queen of hearts. Chas. D. Passage, > 
jr. (Music.) 
Patton (James E. ) co., Milwaukee : 

Pattou (James E.) co's illustrated 
paint-brush catalogue. (Books: 2.) 
Paull (E. T.), New York : 

Little (The) village churchyard near , 
the sea. Harry Jonas. (Music.) 
Pealer (S. M.), Carthage, Mo. : 

Pealer (S. M.) Present theories of 
Christ's eating the passover. (Books: 
2.) 
Peele (W. J.), Raleigh, N. C. : 

Peele (W. J.) Lives of distinguished 
North Carolinians. (Books: 1.) 
Pepper (J. W.), Philadelphia: 

Magnetic (The) collections of piano 
solos, by popular composers. (Books: 

2.) 

Unique (The) mandolin collection of 
popular music, for 1st mandolin, 2d 
mandolin, guitar, and piano. (Books: 
2.) 
Perry (John Taylor), U. S. : 

Perry (John Taylor). The first church 
inExeter, New Hampshire. (Books: 1.) 
Phillips & Oliver, London : 

Printemps (Le). Bernhard Carrodus. 
(Music.) 
Phillips &. Pnge, London : 

Bonnie Scots. Schottische. Fabian 
Rose. (Music.) 

When my iove comes back. Captain 
Marshall; Fred'k. Legrand. (Music.) 
Polish pub. co., Chicago: 

Bolestaw Wstydliwg. no. 16. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints. 

Kourad Mazowiecki. no. 15. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Leszek Biaty. no. 14. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Wladyslaw Laskonogi. no. 13. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Polk (R. L.) & co., Detroit: 

Polk (R. L. ) & co. R. L. Polk & co.'s 
Stillwater city directory 1898-99. 
(Books: 1.) 

Saginaw and environs, 1898 (R, L. 
Polk <fc co.'s map of). (Maps and 
charts.) 
Pond (Wm. A.) & co., New York : 

Nanny Frew. By J. W. Parson Price. 
(Music. ) 

Thine eyes, they bid me stay. By J. , 
TV. Parson Price. (Music.) 
Pratt (E. M. ), Chicago : 

How 20 people got well. (Books : 2. ) 

Pratt (E.M.). The advertiser him- 
self. (Books: 2.) 

"What should we know about Chi- 
cago?" (Books: 2.) 



Presser (Theo.), Philadelphia: 

Gates (Willey Francis). In praise of 
music. (Books: 1.) 
Price (Miss Georgiana), Jersey Citv, 
N.J.: 

B. M. I. waltzes. Georgiana Price. 
(Music.) 
Prince (James H.) paint co., Boston: 

Prince (James H.) paint co ; historic 
Boston calendar for 1899. (Books: 2.) 
Procter (The) & Gamble co., Cincin- 
nati: 

"Dainty shoppers/'' (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

"Grocers hands." (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Help in the country. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

" Ivory for the horse." (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

"Morning (The) order."' (Engrav- 
iugs, cuts, and prints.) 

" Off for a trip." (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Only "Ivory" pleases. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

" Railroad men." (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

" Schoolboy's hands." (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

"That bare place." (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

"To clean carpets." (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

"To clean matting." (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

"Washing china." (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Ramage (George Wood), Chicago: 

"Dutchman's (The) prayer." (Fine 
arts.) 

Reid (John C.) & Morrow (Wm. H. ) At- 
lanta : 

Debenture of the Atlanta debenture- 
redemption co. (Books: 2.) 
Remington (Edward P.) Pittsburg: 

Remington's (Edward P.) list. 
(Books: 2.) 
Renauld (Charles), New York: 

Litigation. (Dramatic composition.) 
Polyeucte. (Dramatic composition.) 
Revell (Fleming H.) co., Chicago: 

Moody (Dwight Lyman). One thou- 
sand and one thoughts from my library. 
(Books: 1.) 
Ricordi (G.) & co.. Milan. Italy: 

Iris. Luigilllica; Pietro Mascagni. 
Alto 1. Serenata di jor. (Music.) 

Introduzione : II sole. (Music.) 

Alto 1. La danza delle guechas. 

• (Music.) 

One summer's day. Song. Clifton 
Bingham ; J. Michael Watson. (Music. ) 
Vieni sul lago d'or! Armand Silves- 
tre; F. Paolo Tosti. (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPKIETORS— Continued. 



Boeder (Herman)-, New York: 

Belle (The) of Herald Square. Rich- 
ard Wilson; E. J. Colihan. 

"Highlife." 0. F. Pleininger, (Mu- 
sic.) 
Rosen/i (Enrico C), Philadelphia: 

Nineteenth century memorial group. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Royal pattern co., New York: 

Royal (The) system for cutting la- 
dies', misses', and children's garments. 
(Books: 2.) 
Sahm & eo., New Y^ork: 

Maeeo (Gen. Antonio). (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 
Salzer (W. ), Leipzig : 

Bettlerliebe. Theodor Storm ; Hans 
Richard. (Music.) 

Nun geh'ndie andern alle. Willi elm 
Osterwald; Hans Richard. (Music.) 
Sampson, Murdock & co., Boston : 

Fall (The) River directory, 1899. no. 
30. (Books: 1.) 
Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New Y r ork: 

Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, Cal. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Blackwell, Kay county, Okla. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Fort Covington, Franklin county, 
N. Y\ (Maps and charts.) 

Jefferson, Jefferson county, Wis. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Newkirk. Kay county, Okla. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Quincy, Adams county, 111. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Rockport, Spencer county, Ind. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Waxahachie, Ellis county, Tex. 
(Maps and charts.) 

West Branch, Ogemaw county, Mich. 
(Maps and charts.) 
Schirmer (G.).New Yfork: 

Concerto in B. By Henry Holder 
Huss. ( Music.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

Menuet. F. Meyer; Joachim Raff. 
Music.) 

Neapolitan boat song. Ferd Meyer; 
Paul Wachs. (Music.) 

Patrol of the musketeers. G. Bach- 
mann; F.Meyer. (Music.) 

Schattentanz. Shadow dance. Ed- 
ward A. MacDowell. (Music.) 

Swallows (The). G. Bachmann; 
Ferd. Meyer. (Music.) 

Thine eyes. Music by R. Mattiozzi. 
(Music.) 
Schmidt (C. F.), Heilbronn, Germany : 

Berceuse et romance. Albert Diot: 
op. 11, nos. 1, 2. (Music.) 
Schott's (B.) sohne, Mayence, Germany : 

Albumblatt. M. Pery. (Music.)" 

Intermezzo. M. Pery. (Music.) 

Zwei nocturnes. M. Pery. no. 1, 
Moderato espressivo; no. 2, Andante 
cantabile. (Music.) 



Schuberth (Edward) & co., New York: 
While shepherds watched their 
Hocks. H.H. Wetzler. (Music.) 
Shipman (B. J.), St. Paul: 

"Maternity,* - no. 127. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

"Where's papa?" no. 126. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Short story pub. co., Boston: 

February ( 1899) cover page for Black 
cat. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Siegel Cooper co. emplovees' ass'n; New 
York : 

Barr (Robert). An ode to four thou- 
sand girls. (Books: 2.) 
Silver, Burdett & co., Boston : 

Shute (Katharine H.) The land of 
song; book 1. (Books: 1.) 
Small, Maynard & co., Boston : 

Cooke (George Willis). John Sulli- 
van Dwight. (Books: 1.) 
Stanford (Tony), New York: 

She rests by the Suwanee river. 
Tony Stanford. (Music.) 
Starks (N. O.), Madison, Wis : 

History (A) of games, and how to 
make home pleasant. (Books: 2.) 
Stern (Jos. W.) *& co., New Y x ork : 

She was bred in old Kentucky. 
Brooks and Denton; C. de Janon. 
(Music.) 

C. de Janon. (Music.) 

Charles E. Pratt. (Music.) 

Steventon (J. W.), Philadelphia: 

On to Jerusalem. J. W. Steventon. 
(Music.) 
Stewart &, Bauer, Philadelphia: 

Anitra's tanz. C. F. E. Fiset. (Mu- 
. sic.) 

Eno (Paul). Formation of mando- 
lin and guitar clubs. (Books: 2.) 

Music of the piuewood. Van L. Far- 
rand. (Music.) 

Valse de concert. E. H. Frey. 
(Music.) 
Stewart brothers, Milwaukee : 

Geueral information of Racine city. 
(Books: 2.) 
Summy (Clayton F.) co., Chicago: 

Reverie. Jessie L. Gaynor; Walter 
Keller. (Music.) 
Taylor's (S. T.) co., New York : 

Diagram of six-gored skirt. (Books : 
3.) 
Thorold (W. J.), New Y'ork: 

"Trip (The) of the billionaires." 
(Drama.) 
Tomkins (Dr. George), New Y"ork: 

Tomkins (Dr. George). Christly 
science and Bible science alphabet. 
(Books: 3.) 
Tschentscher (G.), Berlin : 

Iris. Polka mazurka. Carl Stix. 
(Music.) 

Klage nie der welt dein leid (Job. 
Friedmann.) W. Aletter. (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Turk (George Osborne), Dallas, Tex. : 

Outline studies in English literature. 
(Books: 2.) 
United society of Christian endeavor, 
Boston : 

Wells (Amos R.) Pledge points. 
(Books: 2.) 

What the pledge-card said. 

(Books: 2.) 
United States printing co., Cincinnati: 

Clifford and Huth, no. 3547. (Chro- 
mos and lithographs.) 

Fulgora portrait, no. 3413. (Chro- 
mos and lithographs.) 

I've been to see, no. 3548. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Le Royle portrait, no. 3601. (Chro- 
mos and lithographs.) 

Model (The), no. 3531. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Rice (Fanny), portrait, no. 3593. 
(Chromos aud lithographs.) 

Story of a day, no. 3534. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 
Vail (Harriet Newell), Macomb, 111. : 

Dewey at Manila. Harriet Newell 
Vail; Arthur Tre-vely an. (Music.) 
Vandenburg (Ida Louise), Chicago: 

Sheep. (Photographs.) 
Vincent (Lexie), Paris, Mo. : 

Vincent (Lexie). Instructions for 
playing the game, " Moses and the 
prophets." (Books: 2.) 
Waite (Eunice M.), Milwaukee: 

"Rival (The) waltzes." Eunice M. 
Waite. (Music.) 
Watson (John), Great Britain: 

Watson (John). A residuary. (Books: 
3.) 
Werner co., Akron, Ohio : 

" Batterie, halt ! " Westfalisch.es feld- 
artilleriere giment, nr. 7. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

"Brandenburg (Das) geschwader in 
see." (Chromos and lithographs.) 

"Kaiser Alexander garde-grenadier 
regiment." (Chromos and litho- 
graphs. ) 

"Kaiser Wilhelm II., mit stab." 
(Chromos and lithographs.) • 

"Kavallerie patrouille," 2 Hanno- 
versches dragoner-regiment, nr. 16. 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 

"Landungsgefecht." (Chromos and 
lithographs. ) 



Werner co., Akron, Ohio: 

"Uniformierung der schutztrnppe 
fur Deutsche-Ost-Afrika." (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Wiirttembergisches infanterie-regi- 
ment, nr. 125. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Whipple (Mrs. Charlotte B.), Boston: 

Whipple (Edwin P.) Success and 
its conditions. (Books: 1.) 
Willig (George) & co., Baltimore : 

"Elopement." John Itzel. (Music.) 
Wilson (Edward), Princeton, N. J. : 

Golf (The) player. (Fine arts.) 
Windsor music co., Chicago: 

Dolly Dean. Geo. Cantile; H. S. Line. 
(Music.) 
Witmirk (M.) *.Nc sons. New York: 

American victory march. Chas. Ben- 
dix. (Music.) 

Because. Fred'k V. Bowers; Chas. 
Shattuck. (Music.) 

Fortune (The) teller. Selection. F. 
W. Meacham. (Music.) 

Just as the sun went down. Lyn 
Udall; Chas. Shattuck. (Music.) 

Lady Ursula waltzes. By Manuel 
Klein. (Music.) 

Lamb's (The) gambol. By Theodore 
Bendix. (Music.) 

March from " The fortune teller." 
Victor Herbert ; OttoLangey. (Music.) 

Ofttimes. Oliver and Fay. (Music.) 

One little angry word. By Isabelle 
Leaman. (Music.) 

Open your mouth and shut your eyes. 
Nat. D.Mann. (Music.) 

Onr loyalty. March, by William 
Baumliue. (Music.) 

Poor captive heart. Words by Mat- 
thew Woodward; music by Fred. 
Gagee. (Music.) 

To arms. By Fred'k Gagee. (Music.) 

When you were sweet sixteen. James 
Thornton. (Music.) 
Wiziarde (Robert), Kansas City, Mo. : 

Wiziarde's annual, 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Wood (B. F.) music co., Boston: 

Mazurka, no. 2. Benjamin Godard; 
John A. Preston. (Music.) 
Zaegel (Max R.), Sheboygan, Wis. : 

Zaegel's Swedish essence. (Books: 
2.) 
Zeno (The) mauvais music co., San Fran- 
cisco : 

Piney Ridge waltzes. Alma A. Crow- 
ley. (Music.) 



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Washington D. C. 



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TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 18, no. 3. 
Whole no. 394— January 19, 1899, 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 97 j VII. 

(2) Miscellaneous 103 VIII, 

(3) [Newspaper and Magazine arti- IX. 

cles 105 

II. Dramatic Compositions 112 

III. Periodicals 112 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions of Music 115 I 

V. Maps and Charts 130 j IXa 

VI. Engravings. Cuts, and Prints 132 i X. 



Page. 

Chromos and Lithographs 133 

Photographs 131 

Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, stat- 
uary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the fine 

arts) 138 

Miscellaneous 139 

Index of Copyright Proprietors. .. 139 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1899. 



[EXPLANATION.— The titles are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as shown in 
the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.'] 

I. BOOKS.-(l) BOOKS PROBER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue. The titles in this chapter are 
prepared by the Catalogue Department of the Library of Congress.) 



Authors. 

American telephone and telegraph com- 
pany. 

Tariff and route hook [1899] New 
York. 1899 [1898] 8°. 161 

Copyright by American telephone 
and telegraph co., New York. 1898, no. 
76903, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 



American verse . . . 1898. 
See Scroll publishing co. 

Avery, Mrs. S. P. 

See Metropolitan museum of art. 
JVeii' York. The collection of spoons 
made bv Mrs. S. P. Avery, 1867-1890 . . . 
1899 [1898] 

Bailey, Sara Lord. 

Work and art. Boston, G. H. 

Walker & co. [1898] 185 pp., 2 1. pi. 

port. 8°. 162 

Copyright by Sara Lord Bailey, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 73603, Dec. 17; 2 "copies 
rec'd Jan. 14, 1899. 

Barrie, J [antes] M[atthew] 

The little minister (Maude Adams 
ed.) New York, R. H. Russell, 1898. 
3 p. 1., 375 pp. pi. 8°. 163 

Accompanied by 7 extra plates. 

Copyright by R. H. Russell, New 
York. ' 1898, no'. 68113. Nov. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Beal, W[illiam] J[ames] 

Seed dispersal. Boston, Ginn & co., 
1898. vii,87pp.,ll. illns. 12-. 164 

Bibliography, 1 p., at end. 

Copyright bv William J. Beal, Lan- 
ding, Mich. 1898, no. 73036, Dec. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Benham, Howard Curtiss. 

In alter years thev met. A novel. 
Buffalo, G. M. Han saner, 1898. 266 pp. 
16 c . 165 

Copyright bv E. F. House, Batavia, 
N.Y. '1898, no. 42892, July 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Sept. 11, 1898. 



Authors — Continued. 

Bennett. Charles Edwin. 

Critique of some recent subjunctive 
theories. [Ithaca, N. Y v Andrus &. 
Church, 1898] 4 p. 1., 76 pp. 8°. (Cor- 
nell studies in classical philology, no. 
9) 166 

Copyright by Cornell university, 
Ithaca, N.Y. 1898, no. 73098. Dec. 15; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 
Blatchford, Samuel A. reporter. 

United States. Courts of appeal. 
United States courts of appeals re- 
ports, v. 56, 1898. 
The blue laws of Connecticut; taken from 
the code of 1650 and the public records 
of the colony of Connecticut previous 
to 1655 . . . with some extracts from 
the blue laws of Virginia [anon.] 
New York, The Truth seeker co., 1899 
[1898] 88 pp. pi. 12°. (Truth seeker 
library, no. 68) 167 

Copyright bv The Truth seeker co.. 
New York. 1898, no. 76640, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 
. . . Boyd's co-partnership and residence 
business directory of Philadelphia citv 
. . . 41st yr., 1899. Philadelphia, 

Boyd's directory office, 1899. 8°. 168 

Copyright bv C. E. Boyd, Philadel- 
phia. ' 1898, no. 77298, Dec. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
Bradstreet's commercial reports; embra- 
cing bankers, merchants, manufac- 
turers, and others, in the United States 
and the Dominion of Canada, v. 124, 
January, 1899. New York, The Brad- 
street co., 1898. fol. 169 

Copyright by The Bradstreet co., 
New York. 1898, no. 71584, Dec. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 16, 1899. 
Brandenburg, Edwin C. 

The law of bankruptcy, including 
the national baukruptcv law of 1898 
. . . Chicago, Callaghan & co., 1898. 
xxxiv. 692 pp. 8-. 170 

Copyright by Edwin C. Branden- 
burg, Washington. 1898, no. 76958, 
Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

97 



98 



BOOKS (PEOPER)— Continued. 



Greene co., 1899, 



Authors— Continued. 

Brier, Bud. pseud. 

See [Hopkins, William] 

Burdick, Arthur J. 

Just i ingles. Buffalo, X. Y., The 

P. Paul'bk. co.. 1898. xi pp., 2 i., 157 

pp. pi. 12° 171 

Copyright by Arthur J. Burdick, 

Olean, N. Y. 1898, no. 67413, Nov. 18; 

' 2 copies reed Jan. 13, 1899. 

Caproni, P.P. & bro. 

Catalogue and supplement of plaster 
cast reproductions from antique, medi- 
aeval and modern sculpture. Subjects 
for art schools . . . Boston [Pock- 
well & Churchill] 1897. 41 pp. illus. 
8°. 172 

Copyright bv P. P. Caproni & bro., 
Boston. 1891, no. 20990. Apr. 24; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Cicero, [Marcus Tullius] B. C. 106-43. 

Ten orations of Cicero; with selec- 
tions from The letters; edited by W. R. 
Harper . . . and F. A. Gallup . . . 
New York, Cincinnati [etc.] Amer. bk. 
co. [1898] 566 pp. illus. map. 12 u . 

173 

Copyright by Amer. bk. co., New j 
York. 1898, no. 76885, Dec. 30; 2 copies ; 
rec ; d Dec. 30, 1898. 

Cooper, James Fenimore. 

The pilot; a tale of the sea, abridged, ! 
edited, and annotated by G. A. Watrous. [ 
Jsew York. Cincinnati [etc.] Amer.bk. 
co. [1898] 271 pp. 12°. (Eclectic j 
English classics) 174 j 

Copyright by Amer. bk. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 68363, Nov. 23; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Cox, Charles S. ed. 

Spalding's official golf guide; con- 
taining constitution, by-laws, and rules 
of the United States golf association, 
instruction for beginners . . . New 
York, Amer. sports pub. co., 1898. 169 j 
[1] pp. illus. 16 c - (Spalding's ath- ' 
letic library, v. 8, no. 90) 175 | 

Copyright by American sports pub. ! 
co., New York. 1898, no. 76643, Dec. 29 ; j 
2 copies ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Daggett, Charles H. 

Daggett's school of pharmacy lee- ! 
ture course. A short and conciseseries , 
of practical lessons in pharmacy . . . | 
2ded.,rev. andenl. Providence, J. F. ! 



Authors — Continued. 

Deans, James. 

Tales from the totems of the Hidery ; 



220 pp. 8°. 
176 

Copyright by Charles Henry Dag- 
gett, Providence. 1898, no. 71580, Dec. ' 
9; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



edited bv O. L. Triggs 



Chicago, 



1899 [1898] 4p.l.,96pp. pi. 8°. (In- 
ternational folk-lore association. Ar- 
chives, v. 2) 177 

Xo. 500 of an ed. of (500 copies. 

Copyright by International folk-lore 
association, Chicago. 1898, no. 47974, 
Aug. 15; 2 copies ree'd Nov. 28, 1898. 

[Depew, Chauncey Mitchell] 

The Depew story book. Edited by 
AY. M. Clemens. London & New 
York, F. T. Neely [1898] 1 p. 1, x pp., 

1 1., 11-207 pp. illus. pi. port. 12° 
(Neelv's continental library, no. 22) 

178 
Copyright by Will M. Clemens, 
Hackensack, N. J. 1898, no. 66150, Nov. 
12; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 12, 1898. 

Douglas, Amanda M[innie] 

Kathie's Aunt Ruth. Boston, Lee 
& Shepard [1898] lp.1.,257 pp. pi. 
12°. 179 

Copvright bv Amanda M. Douglas, 
Newark, N. J. *1898, no. 46306, Aug. 1 ; 

2 copies ree'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

The Evening post. New York. 

Reports of the national banks of the 
principal banking centres of the 
United States. December 1, 1898. v. 
1, pt. 2. [New York, The Evening- 
post. 1898] 16°. 180 

Copvright bv The Evening post pub. 
co., New York. 1898, no. 73347, Dee. 16; 
2 copies ree'd Jan. 14, 1899. 

Fiske, Lewis Ransom. 

Baccalaureate addresses, delivered at 
Albion college; 1877-1897. Chicago, 
R. R. Donnelley & sons co., 1898. xii, 
372 pp. pi. port. 8°. 181 

Copvright bv L. R. Fiske, Albion, 
Mich. 1898. no. 77294, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Gates, Ellen M. H. 

On Christinas day, decorations by 
Agnes O. Crane. New York & Lon- 
don, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1898. 1 p. 1., 
51. illus. 8°. 182 

Copyright bv G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 1898. no. 67055, Nov. 15 ; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 5, 1898. 

Giberne, Agnes. 

The story of the sun, moon, and stars, 
with copious additions . . . Cincin- 
nati, National book co. [1898] 416 pp. 
illus. 8 . 183 

Copvright bv J. T. Jones, Cincinnati. 
1898, no. 18634, Mar. 21: 2 copies ree'd 
Jan. 14, 1899. 



99 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Greene, Belle C. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hannibal Hawkins, il- 
lustrated by Whinnery. New York, 
American publishers corporation [1897] 
219 pp. illus. pi. 12-. (Copyright, 
series, no. 7) 184 

Copyright by American publishers' 
corporation. New York. 1897, no. 21502, 
April 5; 2 copies rec'd Dee. 8, 1898. 

Guilbert. Edmund. 

Annals of an old parish; historical 
sketches of Trinity church, Southport, 
Connecticut. 1725 to 1898. New York, 
T. Whittaker, 1898. xiv pp., 1 1., 291 
pp. illus. pi. port. map. 8°. 185 

Copyright by Rev. Edmund Guilbert, 
Southport. Conn. 1898, no. 32334, May | 



copies rec'd Jan. 13. 1899. 



Ha u cock, Mrs. L. B. 

Heart's-ease; a mother's offering. 
Cincinnati. Curts it Jennings, 1899 
[1898J 190 pp. 12°. 186 

Copyright bv L. B. Hancock, Hart- 
well, Ohio. 1898, no. 76896, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
Harper's pictorial history of the war 
with Spain, with an introduction by 
. . . N. A. Miles . . . [Parti] New 
York & London, Harper & bros., 1899 
[1898] illus. pi. fol. 187 ; 

Copyright by Harper & bros,, New ; 
York." 1898, no. 76638, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1899. 
[Prospectus] New York & Lon- 
don, Harper & bros., 1899 [1898] 
illus. pi. map. fol. 188 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
Y r ork. 1898, no. 75896, Dec. 27; 2 copies f 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
[Hopkins, William] 

Bud Brier's book. Some fun and 
philosophy, [n. p., 1898] [34] pp. 
12°. " 189 

Copyright by William Hopkins, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no" 74030, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 16, 1899. 
[Howard, Charles L.] 

Lessons in arithmetic. Part one. 
Primary number. St. Louis, W. S. 
Bell & son, 1898. 12°. 190 

Copyright by Charles L. Howard, St. : 
Louis." 1898, no. 73358, Dec. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 
[Hyde, Mary F.] 

Outline of work in English, to ac- 
company Hyde's State series in Eng- 
lish. Boston, D. C. Heath & co., 
1898. 22 pp. 12°. 191 

Copyright by Mary F. Hyde, Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. 1898," no. 73044, Dec. 
15 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 1, 1898. 



Authors — Continued. 

Illustrated southern almanac. 1899. 

Richmond, Ya., J.L.Hill print, co., 
1898. 12 . 192 

Copyright by J. L. Hill print, co., 
Richmond. 1898, no. 72580, Dec. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Jordan, Kate. (Mrs. F[rederic] Mont- 
gomery] Yermilye) 

A circle in the sand. Boston, New 
York [etc.] Lamson. Wolfr'e & co.. 
1898. 3 p. 1,303 pp. 8 . 193 

Copyright by Kate Jordan, U. S. 
1898, no. 18780, Mar. 21; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 29, 1898. 

Keen an. Henry F[rancis] 

The conflict with Spain; a history of 
the war based upon official reports and 
descriptions of eye-witnesses . . . 
Philadelphia and Chicago, P.W. Ziegler 
& co. [1898] 601pp. illus. 8 C . 194 

Copyright by Henry F. Keenan, For- 
estvilfe, Md. 1898, no. 52588, Sept. 8; 
2 copies rec'd Jan 11, 1899. 

Kellogg, Elijah. 

Arthur Brown, the young captain 
. . . Boston, Lee *fc Shepard [1898] 
288 pp. pi. 12°. (The pleasant coy e 
series [v. 1] ) 195 

Copyright by Elijah Kellogg, Harps- 
well, Me. 1898, no. 46305, Aug. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Krause, E[mil] 

Grundprinzipien fiir losung der so- 
cialen frage . . . New York, Selbst- 
verlag des yerfassers, 1899. xii, 167 pp. 
port. 12-. 196 

Copyright by E. Krause, New York. 
1898, no. 67076," Nov. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 16, 1899. 

Lessons in arithmetic. Part one . . . 
1898. 
See [Howard, Charles L.] 

McGuffey, [William H.] 

McGuffey's sixth eclectic reader. 
Revised ed. New York, Cincinnati 
[etc.] American book co. [1896] x. 464 
pp. pi. 12°. (Eclectic educational 
series) 197 

Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 1896, no, 44425, Aug. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 20, 1898. 

Make friends . . . 1898. 
See [Stone, Edward P.] 

Marshall, William 1. 

Should the public schools furnish 
text-books free to all pupils ? [Chi- 
cago] Free text-book committee of the 



100 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Marshall, William I.— Continued. 

Illinois state teachers' assoc, 1898. 22 
pp. 8°. 198 

Copyright by William 1. Marshall, 
Chicago. 1895, no. 46345, Sept. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Metropolitan museum of art, New York. 

The collection of spoons made by 
Mrs. S. P. Avery 1867-1X90; presented 
by her to the Metropolitan museum 
of art. 1897. [New York] Metro- 
politan museum of art, 1899 [1898] 
23 pp. pi. 8°. 199 

Copyright by The Metropolitan mu- 
seum of art, New York. 1898, no. 73039, 
Dec. 15; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Neiswanger, Charles S. 

Electro-therapeutical practice. A 
ready reference guide for physicians in 
the use of electricity. 5th ed. Revised, 
rewritten, and greatly enlarged. Chi- 
cago, E. H. Colegrove & co., 1898. 
13J~pp. illus. 12-. 200 

Interleaved. 

Copyright by Chas. S. Neiswanger, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 64531. Nov. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 16, 1899. 

New Jersey corporation guarantee and 
trust company. Camden. N. J. 

. . . Minutes of the meetings of the 
stockholders and directors [of compa- 
nies organized under the laws of the 
state of New Jersey and] registered 
with the New Jersey corporation guar- 
antee and tr us k company, Camden, 
New Jersey. [Orange. N. J., The 
Orange journal pub. co., 1898] 250 pp. 
4°. 201 

Copyright by New Jersey corpora- 
tion guarantee and trust co., Camden, 
N. J. 1898, no. 74034. Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Newton, R[ichard] Heber. 

Christian science; the truths of 
spiritual healing and their contribu- 
tion to the growth of orthodoxy. 
New York and London, G. P. Putnam's 
sons, 1898. ix, 78 pp. 12° 202 

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's sons, 
New York. 1898. no. 68176, Nov. 22; 
2-copies rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 

Nichols, Wilbur F. 

Graded lessons in arithmetic grade 7. 
Boston and Chicago. Thompson. Brown 
&co. [1898] iv pp., 2 1., 124 pp. 12°. 

203 
Copyright by Wilbur P. Nichols, 
Holyoke, Mass. 1898, no. 75171, Dec. 
23 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



Authors— Continued. 

Norrman. G[odfrey] L. 

Architecture ns illustrative of re- 
ligious belief and as a means of trac- 
ing civilization. Atlanta, Ga., The 
Franklin print, and pub. co., 1898. 
33 pp. map. 8°. 204 

Copyright by Godfrey L. Norrman, 
Atlanta. 1898. no. 67878, Nov. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 14, 1899. 

Nyrop. Charles. 

The kiss and its history. Chicago, 

Stromberg, Allen *fc co. [1898] 194 

pp. pi. 12°. 205 

Copyright by Algot E. strand, Chi- 
cago. * 1898. no.*57205. Sept. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Peloubet, F[rancis] N. 

Suggestive illustrations on the Gos- 
pel of John . . . for the use of pastors, 
Sunday-school teachers . . . and the 
home. New York, E. R. Herrick & 

co. [1898] v., 542 pp. 8°. 206 

Copyright by E. R. Herrick *fc co., 
New York. 1898. no. 77301, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Pentecost, George Frederick] 

The double. New York, A. D. F. 

Randolph co. [1898] 37 pp. 12°. 
(Precious truths, v. 1, no. 11) 207 

Copyright by The A. D. F. Randolph 
co.. New York. 1898. no. 77303, Dec. 31 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

A mystery not a myth. New 

York, A. D. F. Randolph co. [1898] 45 
pp. 12°. (Precious truths, v. 1, no. 
12) 208 

Copyright by The A. 1). F. Randolph 
co., New York. 1898, no. 77304, Dec. 31 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Phillips' 1898 business directory of New 
York citv. v. 28. New York. W. 
Phillips & co. [1898 J 12 . 209 

Copyright by W. Phillips & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 76431, Dec. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Pinchot, Gifford. 

The Adirondack spruce; a study of 
the forest in Ne-ha-sa-ne park, with 
tables of volume and yield and a work- 
ing-plan for conservative lumbering. 
New York, The Critic co., 1898. v. pp. 
2 1., 157 pp. pi. 16°. 210 

Copyright by Gifford Pinchot, Wash- 
ington. 1898, no. 73996, Dec. 19 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 



101 
HOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



A uthors — Continued. 

Pinkerton, Matthew Worth. 

Murder in all ages; being a history 
of homicide from the earliest times, 
■with the most celebrated murder cases 
faithfully reported . . . and utilized 
to support the theory of homicidal im- 
pulse . . . Chicago, A. E. Pinkerton 
& co. [1898] 1 p. 1., xix, 574 pp. pi. 
port. 8-. 211 

Copyright bv Matthew Worth Pink- 
erton. Chicago'. 1898, no. 71387, Dec. 8 ; 
2 copies reed Jan. 13, 1899. 

[Porter, Linn Boyd] 

That gay deceiver! By Albert Boss 
[pseud.] Xew York, G. W. Dilling- 
ham co., 1899. 300 pp. 12°. (Dilling- 
ham's American authors library, no. 
46) 212 

Copyright by G.W.Dillingham co., 
New York. 18y8, no. 70512, Dec. 5; 2 
copies ree'd Jan. 10, 1899. 
The Portland blue book . . . [1898-99] 
Portland. Oreg., Blue book co., 1898. 
obi. 32°. 213 

Copyright by Bine book co., Port- 
land, Oreg. 1898, no. 70179, Dec. 2; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Reports of the national banks of the 
principal banking centers of the 
United States . . . [1898] 
See The Evening post. New Fork. 

Ross, Albert, pseud. 

See [Porter, Linn Boyd] 

Rostand, Edmond. 

Cyrano de Bergerac; a play in five 
acts. Translated from the French by 
Gladys Thomas and Mary F. Guille- 
mard. New York. G. Munro's sons, 
1898. 250 pp. 12°. (Seaside library, 
pocket ed., no. 2185) 2il 

Copyright by George Monro's sons, 
New York. 1898. no. 59231, Oct. 7; 2 
copies ree'd Oct. 20, 1898. 

Russell, H[arry] L[uman] 

Outlines of dairy bacteriology; a 
concise manual for the use of students 
in dairying. 4th ed., thoroughly re- 
vised. Madison, AYis., H. L. Russell, 
1899 vi pp., 1 1., 190 pp. illus. 12°. 

215 
Copyright by H. L. Russell, Madison, 
Wis. "1898, no. 72821, Dec. 11: 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Safford, Susan Darling. 

"Quaint epitaphs;'' rev. ed., 1898. 
[Boston, A. Mudge & son, 1898] 57 
pp. 8-.' 216 

Copyright by Susan Darling Saiford, 
Boston. 1898, no. 76663, Dec. 29; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



Authors — Continued. 

Sajous, Charles E. de M. [and others] 
Annual and analytical cyclopaedia of 
practical medicine" ... v. 3. Phil- 
adelphia, New York [etc.] The F. A. 
Davis co., 1899 [1898] illus pi. 4°. 

217 



v. 3. Dislocations to infantile myxoedenia. 
Copyright by The F. A. Davis co., 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 76639, Dec. 29; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Sargent, Charles Sprague. 

The silva of North America; a de- 
scription of the trees which grow nat- 
urally in North America exclusive of 
Mexico, illustrated . . . by C. E. 
Faxon. v. 12. Boston and New 

York, Houghton, Mifflin & co.. 1898. 
pi. fol. ' 218 

Contents. 
v. 1:2. Conifer* (abietinese after pinna). 

Copyright by Charles Sprague Sar- 
gent, Brookline, Mass. 1898, no. 71003, 
Dec. 19; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Scenes in Florida, [anon.] Buffalo, N. 
Y., The Matthews-Northrup co., 1898. 
[16] pp. illus. obi. 8°. 219 

Copyright by B. W. Wrenn, Savan- 
nah. 1898, no." 69661, Nov. 30; 2 copies 
copies ree'd Jan. 13, 1899. 

Scroll publishing co. comp. 

American verse. A collection of short 

poems. Chicago, Scroll pub. co., 

1898. 112 pp. 8°. 220 

Copyright by Scroll pub. co., Chi- 

- cago. ' 1898, no. 71616, Dec. 9 ; 2 copies 

ree'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Short, William [F.]jr. 

Costigan's funeral and other stories ; 
illustrations by M. W. Kuhne. Jack- 
sonville, 111., Henderson & Depew, 
1898. [123] pp. illus. pi. nar. 8°. 

221 

Copyright by Wm. F. Short, jr., 
Jacksonville, 111. 1898, no. 70513, Dec. 
5; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Snow, Alvin Lincoln. 

Tales told in a country store, and 
accompanying verse. Crestou, Iowa. 
The Snow pub. firm, 1898. 311 pp. 
pi. port. 8°. 222 

Copyright by Alvin Lincoln Snow, 
Spaulding, Iowa. 1898, no. 61651, Oct. 



20 : 



copies ree'd Jan. 12, 1899. 



Sophocles. 

. . . The Antigone of Sophocles. 
The Greek text revised and corrected, 
with an introduction, and critical and 



102 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Sophocles — Continued, 
explanatory notes . . . by M. J. Smead. 
New York, Cincinnati [etc.] American 
book co. [1898] 242 pp. 12°. 223 

Copyright by Sue E. Smead, U. S. ; 
1898, no. 22264, Apr. 7; 2 copies rec'd I 
Jan. 11, 1899. | 

Springfield, Massachusetts; the city of 
homes; showing its advantages as a 
desirable place of residence as well as 
a manufacturing and distributing cen- 
ter . . . Compiled and published by 
the New York industrial recorder. 
New York, N. Y., industrial recorder, 
1898. 40 pp. illns. fol. 224 

Copyright by Frederick S. Hills & 
co., Springfield^ Mass. 1898, no. 75962, , 
Dec. 27; 2 copies rec : d Jan. 4, 1899. 

[Stone, Edward P.] 

Make friends; the unjust steward I 
andhonesty, a contrast. Lapeer, Mich., 
1898. iv, 14 pp. 8 J . 225 

Copyright by Edward P. Stone, La- 
peer, Mich. 1898, no. 64531, Nov. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 14, 1899. 

Thornton, William AY. 

The government of the state of In- 
diana: for use in the public schools. 
Terre Haute, The Inland pub. co., 
1898. 256 pp. illns. 12°. 226 

Copyright by William W. Thornton, 
Indianapolis. ' 1898, no. 62407, Oct. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

United States. Courts of appeals. 

. . . United States courts of appeals 
reports, v. 56; cases adjudged . . . for 
the second, third, sixth, seventh, eighth, 
and ninth circuits, in January and 
February, 1898. S. A. Blatchford, re- 
porter (official ed.) New York and 
Albany, Banks & bros., 1898. 8°. 227 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. 1898, no. 77299, Dec. 31; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

The Universalist register; giving statis- 
tics of the Universalist church and 
other denominational information, etc., 
for 1899. Edited by R. Eddy. (No. 64) 
Boston, Universalist pub. house, 1899. 
12°. 228 

Copyright byUniversalist pub. house, 
Boston. 1898, no. 74001, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Walton, William. 

. . . Paris known and unknown [pt.l] 
Philadelphia, G. Barrie & son, ~1899 
[1898] illns. plan. fol. 229 

Copyright by Geo. Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. * 1898. no. 75948, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Walton's Yermont register and business 
directory for 1899 . . . Burlington, 
Yt.. Walton register co., 1898. 24°. 

230 
Copyright by Walton register co., 
Burlington, Vt. 1898, no. 76693, Dec. 
29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
White, Trumbull. 

Glimpses of the Orient ; or, The man- 
ners, customs, life, and history of the 
people of China, Japan and Corea. the 
Philippine, Caroline, and Ladrone is- 
lands . . . With illustrations by Tei- 
tokn Morimoto. J. C. Fireman, and 
others. [Philadelphia. Franklin bk. 
co., 1898] xi. 24-437 pp. illns. 8°. 

231 
Copyright by James H. Willard, Phil- 
adelph i a. 1898. no. 64862, Nov. 5 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 
Williams Gr[corge] C. 

The compounder. Williams' informer ; 
or, Whiskey buyer's guide . . . St. 
Louis. Mo., G. C.Williams [1898] 117 
pp. illus'. tab. 16°. 232 

Copyright by George C. Williams, St. 
Louis. 1898. no. 62145, Oct. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 
Wilson, Lucy Langdon Williams. 

Nature stndy in elementary schools; 
first reader. New York and London, 
The Macmillan co., 1899. xii, 253 pp. 
illus. 16°. 233 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., New 
York. 1898, no. 76898, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Yeats, S. Levett. 

The heart of Denise and other tales. 
New York, London [etc.] Longmans, 
Green & co., 1899. vi,272pp. pi. 12°. 

234 
Contents. 
Captain Moratti'.s last affair, p. 107. 
Devil's manuscript, p. 191. 
Foot of Gautama, p. 165. 
Heart of Denise. p. 1. 
Madness of Shere Bahadur, p. 229. 
Eegine's ape. p. '2'M). 
Shadow of the past. p. 25::. 
Treasure of Shagul. p. 14:;. 
Under the Achilles, p. 217. 

Copyright by S. Levett Yeats, Eng- 
land. 1898, no. 61656, Nov. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 



103 



1. BOOKS (2) 1TIISC 'Elil.AIVEOl*. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of CATALOGUE.) 



Titles. 



Ti t les—C on t i n n eel . 



Advisory rates of Ft. Dodue. Iowa. vol. 

150. Dec. 24, 1898. 95 

Copyright bv Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids. 1898, no. 76969, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'cl Dec. 30, 1898. 

Aquarinm reminder. 96 

Copyright by Hugo Mulertt, Brook- 
lyn. 1898, no. 75959, Dee. 27; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 27,1898. 

Are yon satisfied ? 97 

Copyright by Charles Austin Bates, 
New York. 1898, no. 76695, Dec. 29; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Assignments of courts and judges in the 
city of New York, first judicial depart- 
ment. 98 
Copyright by Cyrus W. F. Ely, 
New York. 1898, no. 73516, Dec. 16; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Backes (J.) Manual of the American 
stenocode. 99 

Copyright by Jacob Backes. New 
YorkT 1898, no'. 69660, Nov. 30; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

leckwith's almanac; no. 52. 1899. 100 
Copyright by Mrs. M. L. B. Ewell- 
Lewis, New Haven. 1898, no. 73598, 
Dec. 17; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Belk (G. AY.) The baptism of John ; was 
it from heaven ? Or, John's baptism 
and what it teaches. 101 \ 

Copyright by G. W. Belk, Richmond, 
Va. 1898, no. 62451, Oct. 24; 2 copies 
ree'd Oct. 24, 1898. 

Benefits paid for partial and total disa- 
bility. 102 
Copyright by United benevolent soci- 
ety, Atlanta. 1898, no. 75644, Dec. 24; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Benziger brothers' illustrated catalogue. 

103 ; 
Copyright by Benziger brothers, New 
York. 1898, no. 75189, Dec. 23 ; 2 copies ! 
ree'd Dec. 24,1898. 

Bible (The) study manual for the bio- ' 
graphical course. Great men of Israel, J 
and the Bible class course ; Old Testa- 
ment teachings, v. 8, no. 12, lessons ! 
49-52. 104 j 

Copyright by Bible studv pub. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67464, Nov. 18; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



Bible (The) study union lessons; gospel 
stories, child's monthly, v. 9, no. 1, 
lessons 1-5. 105 

Copyright by Bible studv pub. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67466, Nov. 18; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Specimen pages, new course for 1899. 

106 
Copyright by Bible study pu1>. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 72262, Dec. 12; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Gospel teachings, 1st quarter. 

(Specimen pages, new course for 1899.) 
Senior grade. (2 copies ree'd Dec. 21, 
1898.) 107 



— Intermediate 
Dec. 22, 1898.) 



;rade 



(2 copies ree'd 
108 



(2 copies ree'd Dec. 
109 



Junior grade. 

22,1898.) 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston . 1898, nos. 69240-69242, Nov. 28 ; 
2 copies each ree'd Dec. 21 to 22, 1898. 

Bible (The) study union (or Blakeslee) 
graded lessons; The life of Christ. In 
nine parts; intermediate grade, with 
written answer questions for the 
younger classes, v. 9, no. 1, first quar- 
ter, lessons 1-13. 110 

Junior grade, with written answer 

. questions for boys and girls, v. 9, no. 

1, first quarter, lessons 1-13. Ill 

Copyright by Bible studv pub. co., 

Boston. 1898," nos. 72259, 72260, Dec. 

12; 2 copies each ree'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



— Old Testament 
monthly, v. 8, no. 



heroes, child's 

12, lessons 49-52. 

112 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67468, Nov. 18 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



Book sayings; 
Harris. 



selected 



bv Theodore 
113 



Copyright by Theodore Harris, San 
Antonio, Texas. 1898, no. 72605, Dec. 
13; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Bookkeeper's compendium; or, Book- 
keeping in a n utshell. 114 
Copyright by Powhatan Wyndham 
Robertson, Washington. 1898, no. 
76644, Dec. 29; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 
1898. 



104 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Catalogue of gymnastic apparatus: man- 
ufactured bv Narragansett machine co. 

115 I 
Copyright by Narragansett machine 
co., Providence. 1898, no. 75961, Dec. 
27 ;' 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Close (Chas. W.) Sexual law and the 
philosophy of perfect health. 116 

Copyright by Charles W. Close. Ban- 
gor. 1898, no" 70551, Dec. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Forces (The) in the ocean: Electricity, 
light, heat, power. 117 

Copyright by Universal power co., j 
Boston. 1898. no. 61167, Nov. 2: 2 cop- ! 
ies rec'd Nov. 3, 1898. 

Giauque (Florien). The seventh annual 
supplement to Giauque's edition of the 
rev. statutes of Ohio; Jan. 1, 1898. to 
Jan. 1. 1900. 118 

Copyright by Robert Clarke co., 
Cincinnati. 1898. no. 75181. Dec. 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Girls' (The.) kalendar, 1899; 13th year. 

119 
Copyright bv E. M. Hoppin, Cam- | 
bridge. Mass. *1898, no. 75192, Dec. 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Gospel stories; children's course for 1899; 
prepared by Mrs. John R. Gow; edited 
by Rev. Erastus Blakeslee. 120 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co. , 
Boston. 1898, no. 60060, Oct. 12; 2 cop- ; 
ies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 



121 
L. Gernand, 



Highly praised. 

Copyright bv Edward 
Baltimore. 1898, no. 69201, Nov. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 28, 1898. 

Howard (Francis E.) A manual of sight 
singing exercises, for blackboard use; 
first year work. 122 

Copyright by Francis E. Howard, 
Bridgeport. Conn. 1898, no. 75491, Dec. 
21; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Howe's (Lyman H.) wargraph exhibition. 

123 
Copyright by L. H. Howe, Wilkes- 
barre, Pa. 1898, no. 77307, Dec. 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Ladies' basque, no. 4741. 124 

Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76953, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Ladies' princess costume, no. 4732. 125 
Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76955, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



Ladies' waist, nos. 4726, 4730, 4738. 

126-128 
Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1898, nos. 76957, 76956, 76954, 
Dec. 30; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 30, 
1898. 
Official price list of French plain and 
beveled mirror plates. Nov. 1, 1898. 

129 

Copyright by National mirror mfg. 

assn. of the U. S., Pittsburg. 1898. no. 

62452. Oct. 24; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 24, 

1898. 

Ohio (Reports of cases argued and deter- 
mined in the circuit court of), v. 16, 
July 1-Dec. 31, 1898, no. 12. 130 

Copyright by Carl G. Jahu, Colum- 
bus. 1898. no. 63713, Oct. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 31, 1898. 

Nov. 14, 1898. no 14. 131 

Copyright by Carl G. Jahu, Colum- 
bus. 1898, no. 66144, Nov. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Old age and wisdom. 132 

Copyright by Charles Austin Bates, 
New York. 1898, no. 76696, Dec. 29: 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 18! 18. 

Pilgrim Plymouth; illustrated. 133 

Copyright bv A. S. Burbank, Plym- 
outh, 'Mass. 1898, no. 1^66, Dec. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

• Pomeroy (Robert 1>.) Duplicate scale 
book, with computed tables for grain, 
coal. hay. etc. 134 

Copyright by Robert D. Pomeroy, 
Axtell, Kans. 1898, no. 17778. Mar. 16; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 27. L898. 

Preservaline. 135 

Copyright by Preservaline mfg. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76701, Dec. 29 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec 29. 1898. 

Primary (The) teacher's helper; an aid 
to the teaching of the children's course 
on gospel stories, specimen pages. New 
lesson for 1X99. L36 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 722(51, Dec. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Reinlein (F.) The gasoline torch. 137 
Copyright by Fred Reinlein, Mount 
Vernon, 111. 1898, no. 70569, Dec. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Rowlands (Effie Adelaide). A king and a 

coward. 138 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 

York. 189S. no. 7522:?. Dec. 23 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



105 



I 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued, 



Titles — Continued. 



■adlier (Anna T.) Pauline Archer. 139 

Copyright bv Benziger brothers, 
New York. 1898, no. 75145, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dee. 24. 1898. 
Bhepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to vols. 69 
and 70. Connecticut decisions. 140 

Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77350, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
reed Dec. 31, 1898. 

Supplement to vols. 84-88, Federal 

reporter decisions. 141 

Supplement to vols. 38, 39, Florida 

decisions. 142 

Copyright bv F. Shepard, Chicago. 
1898, nos. 75963, 75964, Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies each rec*d Dee. 27, 1898. 

Supplement to vols. 6>< and 69, Min- 
nesota decisions. 143 

Copyright bv Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 77349, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
reed Dee. 31, 1898. 

Simmons's (David) instantaneous chrono- 
logical time chart. 144 
Copyright by David Simmons. De- 
troit. * 1898, no. 57485. Sept. 29; 1 copy 
rec'd Sept. 29, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd Dec. 
24, 1898. 

Souvenir calendar; illustrated. 145 

Copyright by Fillmore Tanner. 
Spokane. Wash. 1898.no. 67887, Nov. 
21; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Spanish-American war, 1898. Principal 
events leading up to and connected 
with the war. 146 

Copyright bv Creed M. Fulton. Wash- 
ington, D. C. " 1898, no. 67802, Nov. 19; 
2 copies rec'd Nov. 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Special net price list for cash, with order; 

no. 16, S. 1). Kim bark, Chicago. 147 

Copyright by Seneca D. Kimbark, 

Chicago. 1898. no. 72171. Dec. 12; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

[Stewart, Freeman]. Shall we grow the 

sugar that we consume? 148 

Copyright by Richard S. Dare, 

Swarthmore, Pa. 1898, no. 75488, Dec. 

24; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

There are many methods. 149 

Copyright by Charles Austin Bates, 
New York. 1898, no. 76698, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Universal birthday calendar. 150 

Copyright by G. M. Anderson, Indian- 
apolis* 1898, no. 69821, Nov. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 30, 1898. 

Vest pocket diary and reference book, 
1899. 151 

Copyright by Charles Morrison, Shel- 
by ville, Ind. '1898. no. 72170. Dec. 12; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

What is the answer ! 152 

Copyright bv Charles Austin Bates, 
New York. 1898, no. 76697, Dec. 29 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Wooden (A) knife and a game. 153 

Copyright by Cyrus Kehr, Lakeside, 



111. 1898, no. 76700. Dec. 29: 
rec'd Dec. 29. 1898. 



copies 



Wright . (L.) Directions for studying 

every- day words. 154 

Copyright bv Leonard Wright, Oriole, 

Pa. 1898, no.* 71393, Dec. 8; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



I BOOKS-(3) NEWSPAPER AIYD 3IAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term ;I Books,'' according to the copyright law and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

American gunboat at Naples. Naples, 
Dec. 20. 140 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no" 75654, Dec. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Anarchists arrested in Hanover. 141 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no' 73699, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 



142 



Appeal of the Sirdar. 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no". 73686, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Applaud the American consul. 143 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no! 75978, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



106 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Der imitmann von Rap- 
144 



Arnefeldt (F. 
shagen. 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 1898. no. 74887, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 27, 1898. 



Arrive at Heidelberg. 



145 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 



cago. 1898, no. 75973, Dec. 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



u ; i copies 



Ask a ministry of commerce. Stockholm, 
Dec. 20. 146 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no.' 75649, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Backward (A) look at a warlike vear, 

1898. ' 147 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 1898. no. 75660, Dec. 24 ; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Baron Aebrethal may be chosen. 148 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75976, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Belgian chamber in tumult. 149 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898, no! 75990. Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Benjamin (Park). The sting of the j 
wasp. 150 

Copyright by Park Benjamin, New- 
York. 1898, no. 75671, Dec. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Brunner (Armin). Die bauern von 

Faleschty. 15.1 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 

Nebr. 1898, no. 74868, Dec. 22; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Bubonic plague stamped out. Moscow, 
Dec. 25. 152 

0op3 r right by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76714, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Bulgarian statesmen protest. 153 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73688, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Carpenter (Frank G.) High life in Ar- 
gentinien. 154 

Copyright by Frank G. Carpenter, 
Washington. 1898, no. 74967, Dec. 22; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Chesney (W.) The glass dagger. 155 
Copyright by Weatherley Chesney, 
England. 1898, no. 77280, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Chicago (The) record's home-study circle. 
Directed by Prof. Seymour Eaton; 
autumn-winter term, 1898-99. Courses 
of instruction ; no. 299, Mon., Dec. 19, 
1898. Night-school course. (2 copies, 
Dec. 20. 1898.) 156 

no. 300. Tues., Dec. 20, 1898. Popular 

studies in Shakespeare. (2 copies, Dec. 
21,1898.) 157 

no. 301, Wed., Dec. 21, 1898. Elemen- 
tary mathematics. (2 copies, Dec. 22. 
1898.) 158 

no. 302. Thuvs.. Dec. 22, 1898. Draw- 
ing, designing, and illustrating. (2 
copies, Dec. 23, 1898.) 159 

no. 303, Fri., Dec. 23, 1898. Popular 

studies in Shakespeare. (2 copies, Dec. 
24,1898.) 160 

no. 304, Sat., Dec. 24, 1898. The 

world's greatest musicians. (2 copies, 
Dec. 27, 1898.) 161 

Copyright by Seymour Eaton, Lans- 
downe. Pa. 1898, nos. 58630-58635, Oct. 
5; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 20 to Dec. 
27, 1898. 

China's trade valued. 162 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 7599"). Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Christmas in Cuba. Havana, Dec. 25. 

163 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 76706, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Christmas services at Nice. Nice, Dec. 
25. 164 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 189S. no! 76711, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Condemns McKi nicy's policy. Madrid, 
Dec. 20. 165 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no! 75652, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Couring (Ida V.) Graciosa. 166 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 74865, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Course in bookkeeping; lessons 5 and 6. 

167, 168 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia. 1898, nos. 75904, 759<C>. 

Dec. 27; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 27. 

1898. 

Course in electricity; lessons 11 and 12. 

Hi! », 170 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia, 1898, no. 75909, 759 10, 

Dec. 27 ; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 






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Titles— Continued. 



Course in stenography; lessons 7.8. and 

9. 171-173 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 

Philadelphia, * 1898, no. 75906-75908, 

1 >e<\ 27 ; 2 copies each rec'dDec. 27, 1898. 

Cox (P.) The Brownies shopping. 174 
Copyright by Palmer Cox, New York. 
1898. no. 73681,' Dec, 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 24, 1898. 

Crane (Frank), Chicago. Pulpit edito- 
rials. Sunday, Jan. 1, 1898. New year 
and the will. 175 

Copyright by Frank Crane. Chicago. 
1898. no. 76979, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec, 30, 1898. 

Daisy May in society. 176 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 75668, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24. 1898. 

Dnisy May writes of the newest society 

idols. 177 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 1898, no. 77361, Dec. 31; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Death of the Rev. Thomas Nulty. Dub- 
lin, Dec. 25. 178 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76705, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Eager to get Samoa. Berlin, Dec. 25. 179 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 76707. Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Earthly existence. 180 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 76356, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

English interests at Gibraltar. 181 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 75998, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Facts about Dawson. 182 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 1898, no. 75663. Dec, 24; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Fashions of New York. The new bonnets 
are dainty, unsubstantial creations. 

183 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 76726, Dec. 29; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Feasted by the mayor of Cork. Cork, 
Dec. 25. * 184 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76709, Dec. 29; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Finding of " Zach." 185 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no. 75689. Dec. 24; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec, 24, 1898. 

Flag at Fort Atares. Havana, Dec. 20. 

186 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75648, Dec. 24; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Eraser (W. A.) The conversion of Sweet- 
Grass. 187 
Copyright by W. A. Fraser, George- 
town, Ontario. Canada, 1898, no. 73570, 
Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Friendly note from Austria. 188 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75977, Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 23, 



Future of Crete uncertain. 189 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 759.91, Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Garibaldi talks of America. 190 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 75985, Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Gendarmes charge the rioters. 191 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75983, Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 
Gen. Rios is criticised. 192 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no." 75989. Dec, 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Generous Bulgarian sobranje. 193 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. 110.^75980, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 
German trade must suffer. 194 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898. no. 76005, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Germany and the Carolines. 195 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73689, Dec, 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 
Germany fears a tariff war with us. Ber- 
lin, Dec. 24. 196 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York/ 1898, no. 76016. Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Grant (H. N.) Fancy dancing; how to 
acquire and teach stage work. v. 1. 
Lesson no. 1. 197 
Copyright by H. N. Grant, Buffalo. 
1898, no. 75647" Dec. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 24, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Growl from Russia. 198 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75651. Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

var- 
199 



Colors and 



Home for the holidays. 203 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75987, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Hope to bar disease. 204 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no.' 75975, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

How Colonel Roebling would relieve the 

strain on the big bridge. 205 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 

York. 1898, no.' 75691. Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Humor page for Dec. 25, 1898. 206 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvingtou, N. Y. 1898, no. 75676, Dec. 
24 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Hurst (G. H.) The practical color maker. 

207 

The practical paiut chemist. 208 

Copyright by George H. Hurst, Sal- 
ford, England. 1898, nos. 76895, 76394, 
Dec. 28; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 22. 
1898.^ 

Immediate page for Dec. 25, 1898. 209 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvingtou, N. Y. 1898, no. 75677, Dec. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

In Gothenburg for Christmas. 210 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76003. Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Infant's (The) escape. 211 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 75662, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



Halphen (George). 
nishes. 

Copyright by Geo. B. Heckel, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 76433, Dec. 28; 2 i 
copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Help for Don Carlos. 200 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75988, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Heroic Spaniards. 201 

Copyright by George Kilmer, U. S. 
1898, no. 77359^ Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'cl 
Dec. 31, 1898. 

Hillis (Newell Dwight). The Christ ! 
child and Christmas in the home, art, j 
literature, and life. 202 i 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 
Chicago/ 1898, no. 76692, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



Jealous of America . 



212 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 



cago. 1898, no. 75972, Dec. 



rec'cl Dec. 23, 1898. 



copies 



Kerger (Karl Renter). Der bezauberte 

Indianer. 213 

Copyright bv Press pub. co., Lincoln, 

Nebr. * 1898, no. 74966, Dec. 22; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



Late fashions from Paris. 



214 



Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 77368, Dec. 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Loyal yet to Cobden. 215 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no! 75984, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 27, 1898. 



An 



iwkward valen- 
216 



McArthnr (Peter) 
tine. 

Copyright by Peter McArthnr, U. S. 
1898. no. 77371, Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 31, 1898. 

I Mc Arthur (Peter). The unruly leaves; a 

New Year's story. 217 

Copyright by P. McArthnr, U. S. 

1898, no. 75661, Dec. 24; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 24, 1898. 

Marshall ( I. D. ) Robson on stage success. 

218 
Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. " 1898, no. 73680, Dec 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Message may be from An dree. 219 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no! 75656. Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Morally poisoned by the wicked part she 

played. 220 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. " 1898. no. 75692, Dec. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Morphine tortures cured on a lonely 

mountain top. 221 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 

York. 1808, no. 75687, I >ec. 24 ; 2 copies 

Dec. 24, 1898. 

Mrs. White arrives at Naples. 222 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73685, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Norris(Z.A-) John's first wife. 223 

Copyright bv Zoe Anderson Norris, 
U. S. 1898, no.*77357, Dec. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Notes on track, 86. Level hoards. 224 
Copyright hv W. M. Camp, Chicago. 
1898, no. 74760, Dec. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 27, 1898. 
Odds and ends and photographic curiosi- 
ties of the news of the week. 225 
Copyright hv W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898,no."75690,Dec.24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Odien (P. A.) Stille nacht, heilige nacht. 

226 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 

Nebr.' 1898, no. 74968, Dec. 22; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

ampfer. no. 260. 227 j 

Copyright by German press and plate 
co., Cleveland. 1898, no. 75993, Dec. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 
ampfer's vetter, John Stramper. 228 
Copyright by H. H. Coleman, Mil- 
waukee. 1898,' no. 75994, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Our commercial gains on the continent. 
London, Dec. 24. 229 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. 1898, no. 76017, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies . 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Our Paris fashion letter. 230 j 

Copyright bv American press assoc, ■ 
New York. 1898, no. 75669. Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Paris kept guessing. Paris, Dec. 20. 231 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75653, Dec. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 
Parker's Gatlings. 232 

Copyright bv George Kilmer, U. S. 
1898, no. 77358, 'Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 31, 1898. 
Petition to be given King Oscar. 233 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chica- 
_ [>. 1898, no. 760( 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Political situation in Spain. Madrid, 
Dec. 25. 234 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chica- 
go. 1898, no. 76712, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Pope Leo depressed. 235 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1898, no. 76000, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Popularity of Prince George. 236 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1898, no. 75650, Dec. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Prohibit French newspapers. 237 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1898, no. 73692, Dec. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Putnam (E.) Notes on original and 
printed sources of information regard- 
ing North Carolina. 238 
Copyright by Eben Putnam, Danvers, 
Mass. 1898, no. 75970, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Race prejudice in France. 239 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1898, no. 76001, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Railroad (A) right up to the very top of 

the Alps. 240 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst. New 

York/ 1898, no. 75688, Dec. 24; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 24, L898. 

Reach Cuba in safety. 241 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chica- 
go. 1898, no. 74116, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Receives his exequatur. 242 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75997, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

a Receiving the news." 243 

Copyright by Osborn Spencer, L T . S. 
- 1898. no. 77370,' Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 31. 1898. 

Reforms are needed in France. Paris, 
Dec. 25. 244 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no' 76704. Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Reid (A.) From Mongolia to Siberia. 

245 

From Pekin to Petersburg. [From 

Siberia to Russia.] 246 

In Siberia. 247 

Copyright bv Arnot Reid, Singapore. 
1898, nos. 73029, 73030, 73032, Dec. 15; 
2 copies each rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Ritter (G.) Der wunschzettel. 248 

Copyright bv Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 1898. no. 74866, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Rumor without foundation. 249 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no^ 75986. Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27 



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Titles — Continued. 

Sagasta is alarmed. 250 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 73683, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Sagasta may stay in office. 251 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73974, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Says it will vindicate Dreyfus. 252 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75999. Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Schreibebrief des Phil Kratzbroesch an 

die "Lincoln freie presse." 253 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 

Nebr. 1898, no. 74964, Dec. 22; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Scott (W. G.) A systematic method of 
testing varnish, japans, etc. 254 

Copyright by Geo. B. Heckel. Phila- 
delphia, 1898,i)o. 76434, Dec. 28 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Servia's severe legislation. 255 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no! 73687. Dec, 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Sharkey-McCoy. The coining twenty- 
round bout is the talk of sporting men. 

256 
Copyright by American press assoc, 
New York. 1898, no. 75666, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Sir Henry Irving and his splendid career. 

257 
Copyright by American press assoc, 
New York. 1898. no. 75667, Dec 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Smith (Sara Trainer). A runaway's 

Christmas. 258 

Copyright by Benziger brothers, New 

York. 1898, no. 75173. Dec 23 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Special page for Dec 25, 1898. 259 

Copyright by John Brisbeu Walker, ! 
Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 75678, Dec 
24; 2 copies rec'd Dec 24, 1898. 

Spends Christmas in Rome. Naples, Dec 
25. 260 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76713, Dec 29; 2 conies 
rec'd Dec 27, 1898. 

Statue of Mickiewicz unveiled. Warsaw, 
Dec. 25. 261 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- I 
cago. 1888, no. 76710, Dec 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 27, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Story (A) of Albani. 262 

Copyright by American press assoc, 
New York. 1898, no. 75664, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Style (The) of Lincoln. 263 

Copyright by H. C. Whitney. U. S. 
1898, no 77369, Dec 31 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec 31, 1898. 

Sunday (The) school. Lesson 13, March 
26. * 264 

Lesson 9, Feb. 26. 265 

Lesson 10, Mar. 6. 266 

Lesson 11. Mar. 12. 267 

Lesson 12, Mar. 9. 268 

Lesson 1, Apr. 2. [2d quarter.] 269 

Copyright by D. M. Stearns, U. S. 
1898, iios. 77362-77367, Dec 31 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Think Spain is better off. 270 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 73684, Dec 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17. 1898. 

This is a story of a man and a woman. 

271 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst. New 
York. * 1898, no. 75682, Dec 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Timely page for Dec 25, 1898. 272 

Copyright by .John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. V. 1898, no. 75679, Dec. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

To defend his honor. Vienna, Dec 25. 

273 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898, no! 76708, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

To freeze out disease microbes without 

feeling it. 274 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, Xew 

York. 1898, no. 7568(5, Dec-. 24; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

To inspect European methods. 275 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75981, Dec 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 23, 1898. 
To paint scenes for the Czar. 276 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. L898, no! 75996, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
To repair cracks in the palace. 277 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no! 76001, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 27, 1898. 
To suppress anarchism. 278 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no! 75982, Dec 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 23, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



(Kansas City 
279 



Trade (The) in live stock, 
star, Dec. 21, 1898.) 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 75675, Dec. 
24 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Dec. 22, 1898. 280 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 76013, Dec. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Dec. 23, 1898. 281 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 76014, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Dec. 24, 1898. 282 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898. no. 76015, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Das brillanten hals- 
283 



Treunian (Joseph). 
band. 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. " 1898, no. 74965, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Turks assault Americans. Constanti- 
nople, Dec. 25. 284 
Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 76703, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Two princely gifts. London, Dec. 24. 

285 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1*98, no. 76018, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Vessel wrecked on the Volga. 286 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 73691, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Victoria's desire for peace. 287 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75655, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Waggaman (Mary T.) A Christmas dol- 
lar, and what it brought. 288 
Copyright by Benziger brothers, New 
York. * 1898, mo. 75174, Dec. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

We have annexed a real South Sea island 

king. 289 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 

York. 1898, no. 75685, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Well-fought tight. 290 

Copyright by George Kilmer, U. S. 
1898, no. 77360, Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 31, 1898. 

Werner (A). In der Sylvesternacht. 291 
Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. " 1898. no. 74869, Dec 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

William talks of expulsions. 292 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75992, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Woman honored in Sweden. 293 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no.' 75979, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Woman's page for Dec. 25, 1898. 294 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y'. 1898, no. 75680, Dec 
24 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Youth's page for Dec. 25, 1898. 295 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 75681, Dec. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

100 clergymen interviewed, protest about 

Brigham H. Roberts. 296 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 

York. 1898, no. 75683, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 

- rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

"400" (The) to have its own tailor shop, 
on Feb. 1, in Fifth ave., and has pledged 
$10,000 to suppress the sweat shops. 

297 
Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1898, no. 75684, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



13682— Vol. 18, Ko. 3- 



112 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Bearded (The) monster: a play, by John 

L. Turtle. 14 

Copyright by John L. Tuttle, Denver. 

1897, no. 44730 3 Aug. 6; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 24, 1898. 

Berceau (Le) : conie'die in 3 actes, by 

Brieux. 15 

Copyright by Brieux, Paris. 1898, 

no. 76882, Dec." 30: 2 copies rec'd Dec. 

30, 1898. 

" Calumet/' Volkstiick aus dem deutsch- 
amerikanischen grosstadt leben, mit 
gesang in 5 akten ; von Richard Schlag- 
intweit. 16 

Copyright b v Richard Schlagintweit , 
New York. 1898, no. 73927, Dec. 17; 2 
hektograpk copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Clover farm: a farce comedy in 3 acts, 
by Gilbert Patten. 17 

Copyright by Walter H. Baker & co., 
Boston. 1898,'no. 67905,Nov. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Cyrano de Bergerac : a play in 5 acts, by 
"Edmond Rostand ; translated by Gladys 
Thomas and Mary F. Guillemard. 18 
Copyright by George Munro's sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 59231, Oct. 7 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 20, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 



English born 
Copyright 



19 



by Beulah Marie Dix, 
Cambridge, Mass. 1898. no. 48036, Aug. 
15; 1 typewritten copy rec'd Aug. 15, 
1898; l' typewritten copy rec'd Dec. 13, 

1898. 

Golden (The) ladle. By Edward Car- 
penter. 20 
Copyright by Edward Carpenter, 
Philadelphia. 1898. no. 75508, Dec. 24 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Harmonus : a 4-act drama, by Charlotte 

R.YanWogluni. 21 

Copyright by Mrs. Bleecker Bangs, 

Brooklyn. 1898, no. 73196, Dec. 15^ 2 

typewritten copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Nan, the mascotte: a comedy drama in 
4 acts, by Gilbert Patten. 22 

Copyright bv Walter H. Baker & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 68189, Nov. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Titles. 

ABC pathfinder railway guide. Jan., 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 168 

Copyright by New England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 75720. 

American electrician. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 9,1899.) 169 

Copyright by American electrician 
co., New York. 1898, no. 76488. 



American florist. 

Jan. 3, 1899.) 
Jan. 7, 1899. 

Jan. 14, 1899. 



Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd 

170 

(Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 

171 

(Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 

172 

Copyright by American florist co., 

Chicago. 1898, nos. 75569-75571. 

American journal of sociology. Jan., 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 173 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 53768. 



Titles — Continued. 

Art education. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
18,1899.) 174 

Copyright bv J. C. Witter & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 56734. 

Atlantic reporter. Dec. 28, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 17:» 

Copyright bv West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1898, lio. 76073.' 

Baby pathfinder, 
Jan. 16, 1899.) 

Copyright by New England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 75732. 

Bubier's popular electrician. Oct., 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 18, 1899.) 177 

Nov., 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1899.) 

178 

Dec, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1899.) 

17!' 
Copyright by Bubiei pnb. co., Lynn, 
Mass. " 1898, nos. 76728-76730. 



Jan. 15, 1899. (Rec'd 
176 



113 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Catholic news. Jan. 1. 1899. (Rec'cl 
Jan. 3, 1899.) 180 

Jan. 18, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1899.) 

181 
Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898, nos. 71466, 71468. 

Chicago dry goods reporter. Jan. 11, 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 16,1899.) 182 

Copyright by Dry goods reporter co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 67335. 

Christian herald. Jau. 18, 1899. (Kec'd 
Jan. 17, 1899.) 183 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York/ 1898, no. 74976. 

Christian science quarterly. Jan., Feb., 
Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) 184 
Copyright by Mary Baker G. Eddy. 
Concord, X. H. 1898, no. 77320. 

12, 1899. 
185 



Jan. 



Christian science weekly 
(Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 

Copyright by Mary Baker G. Eddy, 
Concord, N. H. 1898, no. 62222. 

Christognosis. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
16,1899.) 186 

Copyright by M. B. Yan Eps, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898. no.' 72917. 

Collier's weekly. Jan. 21. 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1899.) 187 

Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, 
Xew York. 1898, no. 59080. 

Conkey's home journal. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 188 

Copyright by AY. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no. 77322. 

Critic. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 

189 
Copyright by Critic co., Xew York. 
1898, no. 75719. 



Diamond Dick, jr. 
Jan. 7. 1899.) 



Jan. 7, 1899. 



(Rec'd 
190 



Copyright by street & Smith, Xew 
York. 1898, no. 76116. 

Educational review. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 191 

Copyright by Henry Holt & co., Xew 
York. 1898, no. 76668. 

Engineering record. Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 16, 1899.) 192 

Copyright by Engineering record, 
Xew York. 1898, no. 71187. 

Evening post. Jan. 2, 1899. (Rec'd 

Jan. 4, 1899. ) 193 

Jan. 3, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1899.) 

194 
Jan. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 1899.) 

195 



Evening post. Jan. 5, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 

6,1899.) 196 

Jan. 6, 1899. (Rec'd Jau. 7, 1899.) 

197 
Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 

198 
Jau. 9, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1899.) 

199 
Jan. 10, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 11, 1899.) 

200 
Jan. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1899.) 

201 
Jan. 12, 1899. ^Rec'd Jan. 13, 1899.) 

202 
Jan. 13, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 

203 
Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 

204 
Jan. 16, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1899. ) 

205 
Jan. 17, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1899.) 

206 
Jan. 18, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 

207 
Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 
Xew York. 1898, nos. 76999-77013. 

Farm and home. (Eastern ed.) Jan. 1, 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 208 

(Western ed.) Jan. 15, 1899. (Rec'd 

Jan. 12, 1899.) 209 

Copyright by Phelps pub. co., Spring- 
field, Mass. 1898, nos. 76140, 76465. 

Federal reporter. Dec. 27, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 210 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn/ 1898, no. 76074. 

Gardening. Jan. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 
- 1899.) 211 

Copyright by Gardening co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no! 75552. 



(Rec'd 
212 



January, 1899. 

Lupton, Xew 
1899. 



Good literature. 
Jan. 7, 1899.) 

Copyright by F. M. 
York. 1898, no! 71 134. 
Harper's bazar. Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1899.) 213 

Copyright by Harper & bros., Xew 
York. 1898, no. 74696. 
Harper's weekly. Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1899.)" 214 

Copyright by Harper & bros., Xew 
York. 1898, no. 74710. 
Home study for machinists. Jan., 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) 215 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1898, no. 75528. 
Judge. Jau. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 
1899.) 216 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., Xew 
York. " 1898, no. 58434. 



114 

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Titles — Continued. 

Junior christian endeavor world. Feb., 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 217 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Bos- 
ton. 1898,no.73777. 

Kindergarten review. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 218 

Copvright by Milton Bradley co., 
Springfield, Mass. 1898, no. 77030. 

League director. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 14, 1899.) 219 

Copvright by Apostleship of praver, 
New York. 1898, no. 71698. 

Legal intelligencer. Dec. 30, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899.) 220 

Copyright by Edward P. Allinson, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 77027. 

Leslie's weekly. Jan. 19, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 16, 1899.)" 221 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 58460. 

Men and matters. Dec, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 16, 1899.) 222 

Copvright by Mary A T ans, New Or- 
leans. * 1898, no. 71760. 

Metaphysical magazine. Dec, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 223 

Copyright by Metaphysical pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76998. 

Monthly quotation record. Jan. 1, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1899.) 224 

Copyright by Quotation record co., 
New York. 1898, no. 41762. 

Morse & Rogers money saver. Jan., 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 225 

Copyright bv Morse & Rogers, New 
York. 1898, no. 75697. 

Napoleon magazine. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1899.) 226 

Copyright bv The Jenkins cycle co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 74895. 

National provisioner. Jan. 14, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 227 

Copyright by Joseph H. Senner, New 
York. 1898,no.67511. 

New century. Dec. 24, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 
17,1899.) 228 

Copyright by Katharine A. Tingley, 
New York. 1898, no. 74778. 

New York catholic news. Jan. 14, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 229 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74519. 

New York herald. Jan. 13, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 14, 1899. 230 



Titles — Continued. 

New York herald. Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 16, 1899.) 231 

Jan. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 

232 

Jan. 16, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1899.) 

233 

Jan. 17,1899. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1899.) 

234 

Jan. 18, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 

235 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, nos. 74404-74409. 

New York lumber trade journal. .Jan. 

16, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 16,' 1899.) 236 

Copvright by New York lumber trade 

journal co., New York. 1898, no. 75239. 

New York supplement and state reporter. 
Dec 29, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1899.) 237 
Copvright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1898, no. 76075. 

j New York times. Jan. 12, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1899.) 238 

Jan. 13, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 

239 

I Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 

240 

i Jan. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 

241 

Jan. 16, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1899.) 

242 

Jan. 17, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1899.) 

243 

; Jan. 18, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 

244 
Copyright by New York times co., 
New York. 1898, nos. 73738-73744. 

North American review. Jan., 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 245 

Copyright by North American review 
pub. co., New York. 1898, no. 76667. 



! Northeastern reporter. Dec. 30, 

(Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 246 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1898, no. 76076. 

i Northwestern monthly. Dec. 31, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) ' 247 

Copyright by J. H. Miller, Lincoln, 
Nebr/ 1898,no.76()77. 

| Our productions. Dec. 31, 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1899.) 248 

Copyright by Am. pub. & eng. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 75919. 

Pacific reporter. Dec 29, 1898. (Rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899.) 249 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1898, no. 76078. 



115 

PERIODICALS— Continikd. 



Titles — Continued. 

Painting and decorating. July, 1898. 
(Rec'dJan. 16, 1899.) 250 

Copyright by Trade news pnb. CO., 
New York. 1898, no. 55541. 

Pennsylvania county court reports. Dec. 
31, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 251 i 

Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec. Jan. 16, 1899. ) 

252 ! 
Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson & | 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, nos. 70390, 
70392. 

Period. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 

253 
Copyright by Olive B. Lee, Dallas, 
Tex. 1898, no. 56843. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Jan. 13, 1899. ! 
(Rec'dJan. 13, 1899.) 254 ; 

Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 

255 
Jan. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 

256 : 
Jan. 16, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899. ) 

257 ' 
Jan. 17. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1899.) 

258 i 
Jan. 18. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1899. ) 

259 i 
Jan. 19, 1899. (Rec'd Jau. 19, 1899.) 

260 
Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 
co.. Philadelphia. 1898, no. 51137- 
51143. 

Saturday evening post. Jan. 7, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 7, 1899.) 261 

Jan. 14. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 

262 
Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 18J8, nos. 75709, 75710. 



Southeastern reporter. Dec. 27, 

(Rec'd Jan. 2. 1899.) 263 

Copyright bv West pub. co., St. 
Paul/ 1898, no.' 76079. 



Titles — Continued. 
Southern reporter. Dec, 28, 1898. (Rec'd 



264 
pub. co., St. 



Dec 



26, 1898. 
265 

St. 



(Rec'd Jan. 18, 
266 



Jan. 3, 1899.) 

Copyright by West 
Paul. " 1898, no. 76080. 

Southwestern reporter. 
(Ree'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 

Copyright by West pub. co. 
Paul. 1898, no' 76081. 

Standard. Jan. 28, 1899 
1899.) 

Copyright by James A. Nocton, New 
York. 1898, no. 61276. 

Sunday magazine. Jan. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1899.) 267 

Copyright by Ervin Wardman, New 
York.' 1898, no. 76732. 

Superintendent and foreman. Jan. 17, 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 268 

Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 71679. 

Supreme court reporter 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 

Copyright by West pub. co 
Paul. 1898, no.'77414. 

True blue. no. 35. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899.) 270 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. " 1898, no. 76114. 

1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 

271 

(Rec'd Jan. 12, 1899.) 

272 

(Rec'dJan. 18, 1899.) 

273 

Copyright by Universe pub. co., New 

, . York. 1898, nos. 75757-75759. 

Yonng Klondike. Jan. 18, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1899.) 274 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1898, no. 70951. 



Dec. 26, 1898. 
269 

St. 



Universe. Jan. 5, 

1899.) 
Jan. 12, 1899. 

Jan. 19. 1899. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Addio (L') a Napoli. Farewell to Naples. 
By J. Cottrau. Arranged by L. P. 
Laurendeau for band, cornet solo. 468 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no. 76532, Dec. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

African suite for the pianoforte, by S. 
Coleridge-Taylor: op. 35. Lond n, 
Augener & co. no. 1. Introduct n. 

169 

no. 2. A negro love song. 470 

no. 3. Yalse. 471 



116 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

African suite for the pianoforte, by S. 
Coleridge-Taylor: op. 35. London, 
Augener&co. no. 4. Dansenegre. 472 
Copyright bv Augener & co., Lon- 
don. 1898, nos. 75472-75475, Dec. 24; 
2 copies each rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Album leaf. Ein albumblatt. By Rich. 
Wagner; arranged by Theo. Moses- 
Tobani, for band. 473 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New 
York. " 1898. no/76539. Dec. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dpc 28, 1898. 

All's well! By Chas. Dibsdale and Will 
Newman; arranged by Chas. Rogers. 
Loudon, Francis, Day it Hunter. 474 
Copyright by Francis. Dav & Hunter, 
London. 1898, no. 75151, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

American beauties polka, by E. C. Rams- 
dell. Cornet and piano. 475 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898. no/75321, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

American (The) two step, by J. E. 

Carnal. 476 

Copyright bv A. W. Perry & son, 

Sedalia, Mo. 1898, no. 75604,' Dec 24; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Andante religioso. Violin and piano. 
Francis Thome ; edited and fingered by 
Gustav Strube. 477 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 75311, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Angels' serenade, by G. Braga; arranged 
by L. P. Laurendeau for band. 478 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer. New 
York. 1898. no. 76535, Dec. 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 
Antiope. Air de ballet, by Chas. 
Armand. For piano. 479 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no. 76548, Dec. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 
Orchestra. 480 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no. 76541, Dec. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Argyll highlauders. Song, by Anna Kent 
Carruth. 481 

Copyright by C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 76120, Dec. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Arioso, from "La mort de Jeanne d' 
Arc," by H. Bemberg; English version 

4*2 



by Nathan Haskell Dole. 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co. 



Bos- 



ton. 1898, no. 75315, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Art (The) of studying R. Kreutzer's 
etudes, by L. Massart; revised aDd 
translated by Gustav Saenger. (For 
violin.) 483 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 76559, Dec. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

As the hart pants. Revised and enlarged. 
A sacred cantata in five parts, for mixed 
voices: op. 54. Composed by Charles 
McK. Trimmer. 484 

Copyright by Charles McK. Trimmer, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 75580, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 5, 18U8. 

As you were ! Written by H. T. Johnson ; 
composed by F. Sidney Ward. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 485 
Copyright bv Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1898, no. 75149, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23. 1898. 

Baby. I cau't live on love. Words and 
music bv Al. Brown and Sid. Perriu. 

486 
Copyright bv Howlev. Haviland tfe 
co.. New York. 1898. no'. 75802. Dec. 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24. 1898. 

Baby-bye. Two-part song for female 
voices. Words anonymous; music by 
Natalie -Davenport. London, No- 
vello & co., ltd. 487 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 74644, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Ballade, for violin and pianoforte, by R. 
Orlando Morgan. London, Augener 
& co. 488 

Copyright by Augener & co., Lon- 
don. 1898, no.' 75480, Dec. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Benedicite, omnia opera. Set to music 
by William G.Martin. London, No- 
vello & co., ltd. 489 
Copyright bv William G. Martin. 
London. 1898, no. 75459, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Benevolence. Waltz, by Andrew Her- 
man: op. 362. For piano. 190 

For orchestra. 491 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, nos. 76.117, 76528. Doc. 28; 
2 copies each rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Beside the Pasig river. Words by Sol. 
.N. Sheridan ; music by A. Nelson Adams. 

192 
Copyright by A. Nelson Adams, 
Stockton, Cal. 1898, no. 65612, Nov. s ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



117 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— CONTINUED. 



Titles — Continued. 

Blessed be the Lord God! Music by E. 

L. Ashford. 493 

Copyright by Henry Date. Chicago. 

1898, no. 68780, Nov. 25 ; 2 copies rec"d 

Dec. 21, 1898. 

Bonjour, Pierrot. Song. Words by P. E. 
Weatherly: music by Frank Lambert. 
London. Chappell & co. 194 

Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. 1898.no/75169, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Brasseur (Le) de Preston. Overture, by 
A. Adam ; arranged by Theo. Moses- 
Tobani, tor orchestra. 495 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898. no. 76523, Dec. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

By the banks of the Shannon. Waltz, 
arranged by L. O. De Witt, for orches- 
tra. 496 
Copyright by Carl Fischer. New 
York. " 1898, no. 76537, Dec. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Carolina (A) cake walk. By Max Drey- 
fus, [piano] 497 
Copyright by T. B. Harms <A co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76679, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Carry this flag to mother. Words and 

music by Thos. F. Delaney. 498 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 

Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75770, Dec. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 24. .1898. 

Cavalleria rusticana. Opera. P. Mas- 
cagni. Trio pour piano, violin, et vio- 
loncello, par Ernest Alder. Paris, 
Heugel et cie. 499 
Copyright by Heugel et cie, Paris. 
1898. no. 76597, Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Chaine (La) d'amour. Piece d'ombres. 
Poeme de Gabriel Montoya; musique 
de Jules Bouval. Paris, Alphonse 
Leduc. 500 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1898. no. 75167, Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 23, 1898. 

Challenge of the rose. Words by Thomas 
Bailey Aldrich; music by Florence 
Atherton Spalding. 501 

Copyright by C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 75094. Dec, 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Children in God's covenant. Words by 
Llewellyn T. Smith; music by Edson 
Page. 502 

Copyright by Llewellyn T. Smith, 
U.S. 1898, no. 74908, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21. 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Christ in our hearts. Words and music 
by Gertrude Douglas-Douglas. 503 

Copyright by Percy Ashdown, New 
York. ' 1898. no. 74794* Dec. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Christmas bells. Written by Arthur 
Spooner; composed by Alfred Lee. 
London, Charles Sheard & co. 504 

Copyright by Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 1898, no. 74640, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1^98. 

Cid (Le). Opera de J. Massenet. Trio 
pour piano, violon, et violoncelle, par 
Ernest Alder. Paris, Heugel et cie. 

505 
Copyright by Heugel et cie, Paris. 
1898, no. 76599, Dec. 29. 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28. 1898. 

Come back, dear heart. Words and mu- 
sic by Henry Whyte. 506 
Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75768, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec 24, 1898. 

Coming (The) glory. Words and music 

by Wm. Johnson. 507 

Copyright by Wm. Johnson, Chicago. 

1898, no/75097, Dec. 22; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 22. 1898. 

Coming home to die. Descriptive song 

and chorus by Gussie L. Davis. 508 

Copyright by Howlev. Haviland & 

co.. New York. 1898, no*. 75803, Dec. 24 ; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Condolence. Arnoldo Sartorio : op. 229, 
no. 14. 509 

Copyright by Hatch music co.. Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 75294, Dec/ 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Cool! Written by WalPink; composed 
by George Le Brunn. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 510 

Copyright by Francis. Dav &, Hunter, 
London. " 1898, no. 75158, Dec. 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



Coon's (A) love story. 
Orchestra. 

Piano. 



By Chas. Armand. 
511 



512 

Copyright by Carl Fischer. New 
York. 1898, no's. 76534, 76545, Dec. 28; 
2 copies each rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Country (The) club. Two-step march 

for piano, by F. J. Hatton-Moore. 513 

Copyright by Anglo Canadian music 

publ's ass'n, ltd., Toronto. 1898, no. 



T5840, 

1898. 



Dec. 



2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 



118 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Court (The) of honor. March, by M. R. 
Jewell. 514 

Copyright by M. R. Jewell, Seneca 
Falls'/ N. Y. 1898, no. 74801, Dec. 21; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24. 1898. 

Cowslip. Arnoldo Sartorio: op.229.no. 
19. ' 515 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 75290, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Coxie's march to the White House, for 
the piano or or^an, bv Kathleen Hale. 

516 
Copyright by A. W. Perry & son, 
Sedalia, Mo. 1898, no. 75608,' Dec. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Cries of London. Action song. Words 
by Louis B. Tisdale; music by Percy 
Jackman. London. Novello & co., 
ltd. 517 

Copyright bv Xoyello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898,' no. 74647, Dec. 2L; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21. 1898. 

Cup (The) of life. Song. Words by F. 
E. Weatkerly: music by Stephen 
Adams. London, Boosey & co. 518 
Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1898. no. 75164. Dec. 23: 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 23, 1898. 

Danse Annamite, by H Maquet. Orches- 
tra, 519 
Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 70425, Dec. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24. 1898. 

Darkey (The) yolunteer. Characteristic 
march, for piano; bv Fred Hylands. 

520 
Copyright by Fred Hylands, New 
York. 1898, no. 29847, May 13 : 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Darkies' picnic. G. L. Lansing. Mando- 
lin orchestra and piano. 521 
Copyright by Elias Howe co., Boston. 
1898, no. 75281, Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 23, 1898. 

Dashing cavalier. March, by W. A. 

Corey. 522 

Copyright by Windsor music co., 

Chicago. 1898, no. 62960, Oct. 26; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 22, " lono 



Der konig von Yvetot. (The king of 
Yvetot.) Overture, bv A. Adam;' ar- 
ranged by Theo. Moses-Tobani for band. 

523 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no. 76524, Dec. 28 ; 2 conies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dewey of Manila. Words by Thos. C. 
Dunn ; music bv Tom Winegar. 524 
Copyright by Thos. C. Dunn. Find- 
lay, Ohio. 1898, no. 38118, June 22 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Dimples. By Ralph Evarts. Piano. 525 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. '1898, no. v 75312, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Dixie (The) coon brigade. March, by 
Walter E. Petry. 526 

Copyright by Gagel bros., New York. 
1898, no. 75797, Dec. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec' 23, 1898. 

Dolly Dean. Words by Jas. O'Dea ; mu- 
sic by Geo. Cantlie. 527 
Copyright bv Windsor music co., 
Chicago. 1898. no. 62568, Oct. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 22. 1898. 

Don't cry, mamma. Written by Geo. A. 
Stevens; composed by Thos. LeBrunn. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 528 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London . 1898. no. 75148,' Dec. 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Dreams of -youth. Polka mazurka. Ar- 
noldo Sartorio : op. 229. no. 7. 529 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 75299, Dec. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Echoes of long ago. By J. P. Moss. 530 
Copyright bv A. W. Perry & son, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 1898, no. 75602, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Elenore schottische, by J. B. Viano, for 
brass and reed band. 531 

Copyright bv J. \Y. Pepper, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 70421, Dec. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Emanuel. The new Christmas service 
(revised and enlarged). A sacred can- 
tata in five parts, for mixed yoices : op. 
55. Composed bv Charles McK. Trim- 
mer. 532 
Copyright by Charles McK. Trim- 
mer, Chicago. "1898, no. 75579, Dec. 24 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 5, 1896. 

Entr'acte et valse," from L. Delibes' 
ballet, "Coppelia." Arranged by Theo. 
Moses-Tobani for band. 533 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no* 76510. Dec. 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Eros und Psyche. Lyrischea musike 
drama i;i 3 aufziigen. Diclitung' von 
Wilhelm Schriefer; musik von Max 
Zenger. Klavierauszug mit text. 
Miinehen, Carl Hanshalter. 534 I 

Copyright bv Carl Haushalter, 
Miinehen, Germany. 1898. no. 75466, ; 
Dec. 24 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Evening (The) star. L'etoile du soir. | 
Romance from "Tannhauser." Tran- 
scription for violin and piano, by H. j 
Leonard. Fingered bv Ovide Musin. i 

535 J 
Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New 
York/ 1898. no. 76546, Dec. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Fair Portia waltz, by Chas. E. Bray, for ! 
orchestra. 536 

Copyright bv Harry Coleman, Phila- 
delphia. 1898,' no. 75773, Dec. 24 ; 2 cop- j 
ies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Fairy (A) song. Written by Wilfred W. j 
Gibson; composed by Edith A. Dick. 
London, E.Ascherberg & co. 537 

Copyright by E. Ascherbeig & co., ; 
London. 1898, no. 74633, Dec. 21; 2 cop- j 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Far from my heavenly home. Sacred 
song for medium voice. Words by ! 
Henry Francis Lyte; music by Alicia i 
A. Needham. London, Novello & : 

co., ltd. 538 

Copvright by Novello & co., ltd, ! 
London. 1898. no. 75458, Dec. 24; 2 ( 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Fleeting thoughts. Arnoldo Sartorio: 
op. 229, no. 48. 539 j 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 75291, Dec. 23 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

For right and freedom. March, by A. j 
Paoletti, for band. 540 ; 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898. no.' 76526, Dec. 28 ; 2 copies i 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Forget me not. Soprano or tenor. Words ! 

and music by Louise Tunison. 541 I 

Copvright bv T. B. Harms & co., ! 

New York. 1898, no. 76678, Dec. 29 : 2 ' 

copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Free as air. Arnoldo Sartorio: op. 229, 
no. 17. 542 

Copvright bv Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 75292, Dec. 23 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

From Bethlehem resounding. Words by 
Flora Kirkland; music by W. S. 
Weeden. 543 

Copvright bv W. S. Weeden, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 75285, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Gabriella Brown. By Murdock; ar 
ranged by Chas. Henlein for mandolin 
and guitar. 544 

Copyright bv Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75762, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Gates (The) of glory. Song. Words by 
William H. Gardner; music by A. C. 
Mackenzie. Low voice. 545 

Copyright by White- Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 75451, Dec. 
24 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Gems of old Ireland. Lancers, by Emil 
Isenman, for orchestra. 546 

Copvright bv Carl Fischer, New 
York." 1898, no! 76527, Dec. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 
General Shafter's victory march, for 
piano or cabinet organ, by Emma 
Harding Little. 547 

Copyright by A. W. Perrv & son, 
Sedalia, Mo. 1898, no. 75594,'Dec. 24 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 
George, I can't meet you. A burlesque, 
by Jos. S. Willard. Piano solo. 548 
Copvright by J. W. Pepper, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 73797. Dec. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 
Give a rouse. (Cavalier tunes, no. 2.) 
. Four-part song for men's voices. The 
words written by Pobert Browning; 
the music composed by Granville Ban- 
tock. London, Novello & co., ltd. 

549 
Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898/ no. 74648, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec, 21, 1898. 
Give me your answer now. Written and 
composed by Albert Perry. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 550 

Copvright bv Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1898, no. 75153, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 
"Glad to see you." By Ralph Evarts. 
Piano. 551 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898. nof 75323, Dec. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 
God bless our boys in blue. Words by 
Theressa Riffle; music by Isaac Doles. 

552 
Copvright bv Isaac Doles, Indianap- 
olis. 1898, no. '75096, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



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God is with me. Words by B. F. Clark- 
son; music by J. M. Black. 553 
Copyright by James M. Black, Wil- 
lianisport, Pa. 1898. no. 71484, Dec. 8 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Golden light schottisehe, for piano or 
cabinet organ, by E. W. Allen; ar- 
ranged bv A. W. Perry for 4 hands. 

554 
Copyright by A. W. Perry & son, 
Sedalia, Mo. 1898. no. 75607,' Dec. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Dec.23, 1898. 



Golden (The) state. 
Darling. 



March, by L. A. 
555 

Copyright by L. A. Darling, Eureka, 
Cal. 1898, no* 58869, Oct. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Gospel songs and hymns, no. 1. By 

George B. Holsinger. 556 

Copyright by Brethren pub. house, 

Mount Morris,' 111. 1898, no. 45574, 

Aug. 1 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Gov. Roosevelt's Rough Riders. March 
and two-step, by B. W. Phillips. 557 
Copyright by Finn & Phillips, Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1898, no. 75102, Dec. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Grand fantasia on "Home, sweet home." 
Fr. Goetz. Cornet and piano. 558 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no.' 75318, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Hail Columbia, Arranged by Ch. Hein- 
zinger, for zither. 559 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no. 76551, Dec. 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Heads and tails. Written by Colin 
Mackay; composed by H. C. Barry. 
London. Francis, Day & Hunter. 560 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 75154, Dec. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Hi O! Ki O! Chinese galop, for or- 
chestra, by Ivan L. Davis. 561 
Copyright by Brand pub. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 75778, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Highlanders (The). Scotch overture, 
by William Fr. Kretschmer: op. 89. 
Orchestra. 562 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 18S8, no. 76542, Dec. 28 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 



His covenant remaineth. Words by Pitts- 
burg times; music by Win. M. Bell. 

563 
Copyright by William M. Bell, Day- 
ton, Ohio. 1898, no. H3113, Oct. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Home song. bvM. Moszkowsky ; arranged 
by L. P. Laurendeau for band, cornet 
solo. 564 

Copyright by Carl Fischer. New York. 
1898, no. 76533, Dec. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Honey on de rag. Characteristic march, 
by Alonzo P. Burt. Arranged by Ed- 
ward Beyer, for orchestra, 565 
Copyright by Harry Coleman, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 75774, Dec, 24 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Hnsh, ye night winds. Serenade. Writ- 
ten by A. J. Morris; composed by Walter 
Tilbury. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. * 566 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898. no. 75157, Dec. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

I can lick ye, Maloney, with me two eyes 

shut. By Helf and Moran. 567 

Copyright bv Groene music pub. co., 

Cincinnati. 1898. no. 75765, Dec. 24; 3 

copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

1 give thee all, I can no more. Words by 
Thomas Moore; music by P. A. 
Schnecker. 568 

Copyright by Edward Sehuberth & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 76429, Dec. 28 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

I heard the voice of Jesus say. Sacred 
song. Words by Horatins Bonar: music 
by Charles E. Wheeler. 569 

Copyright by Anglo-Canadian music 
publishers' ass'n, ltd., Toronto. 1898, 
no. 75839, Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 
28, 1898. 

I manage to get along in a slipshod sort 
of way. Words and masic by Edward 
D. Anderson. 570 

Copyright bv Edward I). Anderson, 
Washington, D. ( !. 1898. no. 66980. Nov. 
15; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22. 1898. 

I want a coon to match my own com- 
plexion. Words by Will A. Heelau; 
music by Chas. B. Ward. 571 

Copyright bv T. B. Harms & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 7491 1, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 21,1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



I want dat cake, boss. Composed by Eva 

McLoughlin. 572 

Copyright by Eva McLouglin, Peoria. 

111. 1898; no. 75587, Dec. 24; 2 copies 

ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

I wouldn't be a lady if I could. Words 
by Aubrey Boucicault; music by Her- 
man Perlet. 573 
Copyright by Boucicault and Perlet, 
New York. 1898, no. 62679, Oct. 25; 2 
copies ree'd Nov. 11, 1898. 

If dreams come true. Words and music 

by Arthur Trevelyan. 574 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., 

New York. 1898, no. 75609, Dec. 24; 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

If only I wasn't a girl. Words by Hay- 
den Clarendon ; music by Claude Arun- 
dale. London, Jefferys, ltd. 575 

Copyright by Jefferys, ltd., London. 
1898. iio. 75471, Dec. 24; 2 copies ree'd 
Dec' 23. 1898. 

If we should say good -bye. Words by 
J.Anthony McDonald; music by J. M. 
Capel. Loudon, J.B.Cramer &, co., 
ltd. In B flat. 576 

In D flat. 577 

In E flat. 578 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 1898, nos. 76401, 76403, 76404, 
Dec. 28; 2 copies each ree'd Dec. 28, 
1898. 

I'll make her mine, some day. Words 
and music by Howard M. Gitkens. 579 
Copyright by S. H. Brown, Philadel- 
phia. 1898. no. 69223, Nov. 28 : 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

I'll pay you when my ship comes home. 
Written and composed by Harry Cast- 
ling. London, Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter. 580 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 75150, Dec. 23; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 23. 1898. 

I'm a-waiting here for Ju-li-a. By Tom 
Conley and Chas. Milsou. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 581 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 75152, Dec. 23 ; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Imperial (The) method for the valve 
trombone. Edited by I. H. Odell. 582 
Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 75222. Dec. 23; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

In Gotham. Waltzes, by Max Gabriel. 

583 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 75791, Dec. 24; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



In Shawneetown so gay. Words and 

music by Edward D.Anderson. 584 

Copyright by Edward 1). Anderson, 

Washington. 1898, no. 10887, Feb. 

10; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

It don't go well with Scroggs. Written 
by Edgar Bateman ; composed by Ben- 
! nett Scott. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. 585 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898,no. 75155, Dec. 23; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Italian song. Barcarolle. Arnoldo Sar- 
torio: op. 229, no. 2. 586 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 75302, Dec, 23; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Jackson square. March and two-step, 
composed by Charles Smith Tarbox: 
op. 11. 587 

Copyright by Charles Smith Tarbox, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 73437, Dec. 16; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Jagdstiick nnd andalusischer tanz. Fiir 
das pianoforte, von Arnold Krug: op. 
81. London, Augener & co. no. 1. 

Jagdstiick. 588 

no. 2. Andalusischer tanz. 589 

Copyright by Augener & co., Lon- 
don. * 1898, nos. 75476, 75477, Dec. 24 ; 2 
copies each ree'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Jeneola waltzes, by J. Warwick Moore, 
for brass and reed band. 590 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 70422, Dec. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Jing, jing, jiug-a-ling. Christmas song. 

Words and music by C. T. Steele. 591 

Copyright by Clarence T. Steele, 

New York. 1898, no. 74245, Dec. 19; 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Johnny, buy me this. Words by Arthur 
J.Lamb; music by H. H. Thiele: op. 
404. 592 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75764, Dec. 24; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Jolly (The) musketeer laneiers, for or- 
chestra, Arranged by Otto Langey. 

593 

Arranged by Frank W. Meacham. 

594 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New Y r ork. 1898, nos. 75786, 75790, 
Dec. 24; 2 copies eacb ree'd Dec. 23, 
1898. 



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Josephine, my Jo. Words and music by 

Paul Barnes. 595 

Copyright by Howlev, Haviland & 

co., New York! 1898, no. 75801, Dec. 

24; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Junior band march, for piano or organ, 
by M. C. Bales. 596 

Copyright bv A. W. Perry & son, 

Sedalia, Mo. 1898, no 75605, Dec. 24; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Katie Lee. Song and refrain, by Ed. 

Blair. 597 

Copyright by A. W. Perry & son, 

Sedalia. Mo. 1898, no. 75593! Dec. 24; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Kiss your mamm' good-night. Words and 
music by Frances Armstrong Woods. 

598 

Copyright by Frances Armstrong 

Woods, Chicago. 1897, no. 72042, Dec. 

22; 1 copy rec'd Jan. 24, 1898; 1 copy 

rec'd Dec! 12, 1898. 

Lang syne. Scotch song. (Also arranged 
as a duet.) The words by Alexander 
Anderson; set to music by Alicia 
Adelaide Needham. London, Novello 
& co., ltd. 599 

Copyright by Joseph Needham, Lon- 
don. 1898, no! 74641. Dec. 21 : 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Leisure (A) hour. Arnoldo Sartorio: op. 
229, no. 13. 600 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 75295, Dec. 23 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Let 'em all come. Barn dance, by J. H. 
Barnes. London, Francis, Day & 

Hunter. " 601 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1898, no. 75160, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Let's be merry ! By Ralph Evarts. Piano. 

602 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 75309, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23,1898. 

Letter carriers' two-step; composed by 
Alex. Crawshaw for 2 banjos. 603 

Copyright by Alex. Crawshaw, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 1898, no. 75585, Dec. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Listen. Song no. 2 in E. Words by J. 
Anthony McDonald; music by Angelo 
Mascheron. London, G. Ricordi & 
co. 604 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & co., Milan, 
Italy. 1898, no. 75469, Dec. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Little fA) of everything. Medley lan- 
ders, for piano, by F. W. Mea'cham. 

605 
Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 75787, Dec. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Little fantasia on college songs. Ar- 
ranged for violin and piano, by Gustav 
Saenger : op. 74. no. 2. 606 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 76543', Dec. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Little fantasia on favorite Scotch airs. 
Arranged for violin and piano, by Gus- 
tav Saenger: op. 77. 607 
Copyright bv Carl Fischer. New York. 
1898, no. 76544, Dec. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Little feet. By Ralph Evarts. Piano. 

608 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898. uo/7:>310, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Little kinky woolly head. Words by 
Chas.Noel Douglas; music bv Herman 
Perlet, 609 

Copyright bv Douglas & Perlet. New 
York. * 1898, no. 62678, ( )ct. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 28, 1898. 

Lost on the Maine. Song and quartette, 

by Carolyn W. Hea. 610 

Copyright by A. W. Perry & son, 

Sedalia. Mo. 1898, no. 75599^ Dec. 24; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Loving (The) cup. Words and music 
by Peter J. Hughes. 611 

Copyright by I'eter J. Hughes, Phila- 
delphia, 1898. no. 74579, Dec. 20: 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Ma Mandy, I'se done wid you. Words 
and music bv Louis W. Pritzkow. 

612 
Copyright bv Howley, Haviland v.V 
co., New York/ 1898, no. 75800, Dec. 24 ; 
2 copies reed Dec. 24, 1898. 

Magnificat and nunc dimittis, in A, by H. 
M. Higgs. London, Novello & co., 
limited. 613 

Copyright bv Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 75457, Dec 24 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Set to music in the key of D by 

Charles Wood, [n.i.] 614 

Copvright by Novello & CO., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 74646, Dec. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 






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Manila waltzes, by Frank J. Dieter. 
[Piano.J 615 

Copyright by Frank J. Dieter, Mays- 
ville, Mo. 1898, no. 40568, * July 5; 
2 copies rec'd Dee. 28, 1898. 

Marching along. Four-part song for men's 
voices. The words written by Robert 
Browning; the music composed by 
Granville Bantock. London, Novello 
& co., ltd. 616 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 75453, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Marching orders. Verses 1, 2, unknown; 
remainder and music by Wm. M. Bell. 

617 
Copyright by Wm. M. Bell, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 63112, Oct. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Marie. (Petit polonaise.) Duet for 

piano, by Edouard Hoist. 618 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1898, no. 75792, Dec. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Martha. (Petit minuette.) Duet for 

piano, by Edouard Hoist. 619 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1898, no. 75793, Dec. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Mary Carey. ByMurdock; arranged by 
Chas. Lewis for mandolin and guitar. 

620 
Copyright bv Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75766, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24. 1898. 

Maryland, my Maryland ! Arranged from 
the original by C. W. F. 621 

Copvright bv Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no."75314, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Or- 
622 



Massanette caprice, by A. M. Cohen, 
chestra. 



Copyright bv J. W. Pepper, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 70424, Dec. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Mazurka de bravoure, no. 2. Pour violin, 
avec accompagnement de piano, par 
Ovide Musin : op. 14. 623 

Copyright by Ovide Musin, New 
York. 1898, no/74742, Dec. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Meditation from "The light of "life." 
("Lux Christi.") By Edward Elgar; 
arranged by John E. West. London, 
Novello & co., ltd. 624 

Copyright bv Novello &. co., ltd., 
London. 1898, no. 74645, Dec, 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



Merry Christinas waltz, by Ralph Evarts. 
Piano. 625 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 75308, Dec. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Military march. Arnoldo Sartorio: op. 
229, no. 3. 626 

Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia, 1898, no. 75301, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Miss Clancy. Words by Harry Braisted ; 

music by Stanley Carter. 627 

Copyright by Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. 1898, no. 69577, Nov. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Mocking (The) bird, with variations for 
the banjo, by Edwin Beal. Piano ac- 
companiment by Chas. J. Rockwell. 
Edited for piano accompaniment. 628 
CoDyrightby Edwin Beal, Ursina,Pa. 
1898,^0. 75584, Dec. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 23, 1898. 

Moonlight waltz, for piano or organ, by 

L. B. Flowerree. 629 

Copyright by A. W. Perry & son, 

Sedalia, Mo. 1898, no. 75598, Dec. 24 ; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Mother's joy. Mazurka, by R. Vollstedt. 
For brass and reed band. 630 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 70419, Dec. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Mountain hymn to the dawn. Song for 
mezzo soprano or baritone, with accom- 
paniment of piano and organ. Words 
by Mrs. Denis O'Sullivan ; music by 
Mary Carmichael. 631 

Copvright by G. Schirmer, New Y"ork. 
1898, lio. 76400, Dec. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

My heart is a wave of the sea. Song for 

baritone, by Geo. T. Goldthwaite. 632 

Copvright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 1898, no. 39994, July 1 ; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

My heart is your heart. Written and 
composed by IS. W. Rogers. London, 
Francis, Day &, Hunter. 633 

Copyright bv Francis, Day ifc Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 75146, Dec. 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

My love to all. Galop, by Theo. Moses- 
Tobani : op. 364. For orchestra. 634 

For piano. 635 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York . 
1898, nos. 76529, 76550, Dec. 28; 2 cop- 
ies each rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 



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Tilles — Continued. 

My old New Hampshire home. By H. 
Von Tilzer; arranged by Geo. Lechler 
for zither. 636 

Copyright by Theodor Lohr, New 
York/ 1898, no. 75588, Dec. 24; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

My true love hath my heart. A ditty for 
men's voices. The words written by 
Sir Philip Sidney: the music composed 
bv C. Lee Williams. London, Nov- 
ello & co., ltd 637 

Copyright bv Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898." no. 73991, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Naval cadet. Polka, by Theo. Moses- 
Tobani: op. 363. For orchestra. 638 

For piano. 639 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, nos. 76530, 76549, Dec. 28 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Navarraise (La). Episode lyrique de J. 
Massenet. Trio pour piano, violon, et 
violoncelle. Paris, Heugel et cie. 

640 
Copyright by Heugel et cie, Paris. 
1898, no. 76596, Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

N£ron. Ballet, en 2 actes et 3 tableaux, 
de Max Maurey and Augustin Thierry ; 
musique de Henri Hirschmann. Paris, 
Choudens. 641 

Copyright by Choudens, Paris. 1898, 
no. 75168, Dec. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 
23, 1898. 

Newsboy (The). Song. Words audruusic 
by Alice Mae Jones. 642 

Copyright by Alice Mae Jones, Hous- i 
ton, Tex. 1898, no. 75211. Dec. 23; 2 j 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

No one knew O'Grady. Words by John- 
nie Carroll; music by Richard H. Bar- | 
ker. 643 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75763, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Nocturne (Andante poco lento). Fur 
horn-solo, mit begleitung eines kleinen 
orchesters. YonWouter Hutschenruy- 
ter: op. 13. Partitur. Miinchen, Jos. 
Aibl. 644 | 

Copyright by Jos. Aibl, Miinchen, 
Germany^ 1898, no. 75481, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Nordica schottische, for piano or organ, ' 
by M. E. Whitney. 645 

Copyright by A. W. Perry & son, 
Sedalia, Mo. 1898, no. 75596, Dec. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

O be joyful. Music by M. L. McPhail. 

646 
Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 
1898, no. 68774,' Nov. 25; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 21, 1898. 

O Lord of our salvation. Anthem for 
mixed voices, by J. C. Macy. 647 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 76560, Dec. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

O praise His holy name. Sacred solo. 
Words and music by Edward D. Ander- 
son. 648 
Copyright bv Edward D. Anderson, 
Washington, D. C. 1898. no. 66979, Nov. 
15 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Off to the chase. Arnoldo Sartorio: op. 
229, no. 9. 649 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 75298, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Oh ! Mr. Soldier Man. Written and com- 
posed by F. V. St. Clair. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 650 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter. 
London. 1898, no. 75156, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 'J3, 1898. 

Oh. where is niv sweetheart? Song, by 

Ed Blair. 651 

Copyright bv A. W. Perry & son, 

Sedalia, Mo. 1898, no. 75595, Dec. 24 ; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Olympia waltzes, by Wni. P. Walker. 

652 
Copyright bv Wm. P.Walker, Bur- 
lington, Vt. 1898, no. 75103, Dec. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Dec 24, 1898. 

Only one daisy left. By Anita Owen; 
arranged for mandolin and guitar by 
Leon L. Doubt. $7>'A 

Copyright bv Windsor music co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 75100, Dec. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Arranged for 2 mandolins and guitar 

by Leon L. Doubt. 654 

Copyright by Windsor music co.. 
Chicago. 1898, no. 68057, Nov. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Onward! upward! Words by Reginald 
B. Span ; music by Hugh Blair. Lon- 
don, Charles Vincent. 655 
Copyright by Charles Vincent, Lon- 
don. 1898, no. 75161, Dee. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



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Titles — Couti nuecl. 



Titles — Con tinned. 



Our favorite regiment. Deutschineister. 
March, by Dominik Ertl. Arranged 
by L. P. Laurendeau, for band. 656 

Copyright by Carl Fischer. New 
York. ' 1898, no. 76525, Dec. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28. 1898. 

Overture to "Much ado about nothing." 

Piano duet, by Edward German. 657 

Copyright bv Xovello & co.. ltd., 

London.' 1898,' no. 73990. Dec. 19; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Papa, be true to me. Temperance song. 

by Charles McK. Trimmer: op. 49. 658 

Copyright by Charles McK. Trimmer, 

Chicago/ 1898. no. 75578. Dec. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 5, 1898. 

Pastorale. By Poland Rogers. London, 
Xovello & co., ltd. 659 

Copyright bv Roland Rogers, Lon- 
don. 1898, no. 74642, Dec. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21. 1898. 

Paul et Virginie. Opera de Victor 
Masse. Trio, pour piano, violon, et 
violoncelie, par Ernest Alder. Paris, 
Heugel et cie. 660 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1898, uo. 76594, Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Pet (The) dove. Bv Ralph Evarts. 
Piano. 661 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no.' 75307, Dec 23: 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23. 1898. 

Picking daisies. Bv Ralph Evarts. 
Piano. 662 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no."75313, Dec, 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23. ~ 



Picture (A) of my mother, when a girl. 
Words bv Arthur J. Lamb; music bv 
Matie Edyle Bowen. 663 

Copvright bv Windsor music co.. 
Chicago. 1898.' no. 62961. Oct, 26; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Poemes Virgiliens. Pour piano, p a r 

Theodore Dubois. Paris. Heugel et cie. 

no. 1. Tityre. 664 

- — no. 3. Daphnes. 665 

no. 4. Les abeilles. 666 

no. 5. Le Lethe. 667 

no. 6. Diana. 668 

Copyright bv Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1898, nos. 76588^ 76590-76593, Dec. 29; 2 
copies each rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 



Postlude in E, by Roland Rogers. For 
the organ. London. Xovello & co., 
ltd. 669 

Copyright by Roland Rogers. Lon- 
don. 1898, no. 74643. Dec. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21. 1898. 

Pride of the navy. March, by M. H. An- 
drews. Mandolin, orchestra' and piano. 
Arranged by G. L. Lansing. 670 

Copyright by Elias Howe co., Boston. 
1898, no. "75283. Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 23. 1898. 

Psaurne LXXXIII (Quam dilecta taber- 
nacula fcua). Cheeur, avec accompagne- 
ment d'orgue. Ch. M. Widor. Paris. 
A. Peregally et Parvy tils. 671 

Copvright bv A. Peregally et Parvv 
tils. Paris'. 1898, no. 75166, Dec. 23: 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Quasina (La). March and two-step, bv 

J. E. Randolph. [Piano.] 672 

Copvright by Geo. L. Spanlding, New 

York. 1898, no. 75278, Dec. 23 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Queen's (The) cavaliers. Minuet. Ar- 
noldo Sartorio : op. 229. no. 11. 673 

Copvright bv Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 75296, Dec. 23 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Riverside waltz, for 1 or 2 mandolins; 
composed by A. Crawshaw. 674 

Copyright bv A. Crawshaw, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 1898, no. 75586, Dec. 24 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Romance. Violin and piano. Johan S. 

- Sveudsen: op. 26: edited and lingered 
by Gustav Strube. 675 

Copvright bv Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no.' 75306, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Romanze. Fur violoncell und pianoforte ; 
von Paul Joseph von Korosy. Leip- 

zig. Breitkopf & II artel. 676 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1898. no. 75467. Dec. 24: 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Romanze from suite II. Violin and piano. 
Franz Ries: op. 27, no. 3: edited and 
fingered by Gustav Strube. 677 

Copy right by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no.' 75317, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23. 1898. 

Rose waltz. Piano. 4 hands. Composed 

by A. H. Ro Sewig. 678 

Copvright bv National music co., 

Chicago. 1898,' no. 68024, Nov. 21; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Sapho. Piece lyrique de J. Massenet. 
Trio pour piano, violon, et violoncello, 
par Ernest Alder. Paris, Heugel et 
cie. 679 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1898, no. 76598, Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Search. (The) light. March and two- 
step, by Julia H. Hawthorne. 680 
Copyright bv J. L. Tindale & son, 
Buffalo. 1898," no. 75098, Dec. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Selection from "La Dame blanche.''' 
Die weisse dame. (Boieldieu.) By J. 
Blumenthal; arranged by G. Saenger 
for 2d violin. 681 ( 

For cello. 682 j 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York." 1898, nos. 76553, 76551, Dec. 28; 
2 copies each rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Selection from "La Sonambula." Die 
nachtwandlerin. (Bellini.) By J. 
Blumenthal; arranged by G. Saenger 
for cello. 683 

For 2d violin. 684 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no's. 76558, 76557, Dec. 28 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Selection from "Lucia di Lammermoor." 
(Donizetti.) By J. Blumenthal; ar- 
ranged bv G. Saenger for 2d violin. 

685 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York." 1898, no. 76555, Dec. 28; 2 con- 
ies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Selection from " Orpheus." (J. Offen- 
bach.) By J. Blumenthal; arranged 
by G. Saenger for cello. 686 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no. 76556, Dec. 28 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Selection from "Poet and peasant." 
(Suppe.) By J. Blumenthal; arranged 
by G. Saenger for 2d violin. 687 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no. 76552, Dec. 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Selection from Raymond. (Thomas.) 
Mandolin, orchestra, and piano. Ar- 
ranged by G. L. Lansing. B88 
Copyright by Elias Howe & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 75280, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Serenade. Gounod. Mandolin, orchestra, 
and piano. Arranged by G. L. Lan- 
sing- 689 

Copyright by Elias Howe & co., | 
Boston. 1898, no. 75282, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Serenade deMilenka. Ballet pantomime. 
Musique de Jan Blockx. Transcription 
pour piano a 1 mains. Paris, Heugel 
et cie. 690 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1898. no. '76589,' Dec. 29 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

She stood between father and mother; 
or, I love you both the same. By An- 
drew B. Sterling and Harry von Tilzer. 

691 
Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 75799, Dec. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Showers of flowers. (Pluie de rieurs.) 
Edmund Patzke: tinkered by John 
Orth. 692 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898. no." 75321, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Side by side. Two-step, by Sanders. Ar- 
ranged by Chas. Lewis for mandolin 
and guitar. 693 

Copyright bv Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75769, Dec. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Simple aveu. (Romance sans paroles.) 
Violin and piano, Francis Thome: op. 
25; edited and fingered by Gustav 
Strube. - 694 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898. no.' 75305. Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Sing, O sing, this blessed morn. Music 

by Geo. Marks Evans. 695 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago, 

1898, no. 68778, Nov. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 21, 1898. 

Sing unto the Lord. Music by J. H. Rose- 

crans. 696 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1898, no. 68776, Nov. 25; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 21, 1898. 

Six easy piano pieces, composed by 8. 
Camillo Eugel : op. 1, no. 1. The birth- 
day party. 697 

no. 2. In the woods. 698 

no. 3. Shepherd's lay. 699 

no. 4. Spring's approach. 700 

no. 5. Birdie is dead. 701 

no. 6. Mariska. 702 

Copyright by Charles F. Tretbar, 
New York. 1898, no. 74902-74907, Dec. 
22; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 
Skaters (The). Two-step, by Johnson 
and Klipfer for piano. 703 

Copyright bv Geo. Willig & co., Bal- 
timore. 1898, no. 75782, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Smoky Sam. Characteristic two-step, by 
S. M. Roberts; arranged by L. P. Lau- 

rendeau for orchestra. 704 

Copyright by Carl Fischer. New York. 
1898, no. 76531. Dec. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Sonata. For violoncello and piano ; com- 
posed by Florian Pascal. London, 
Joseph Williams. 705 

Copyright by Joseph Williams, Lon- 
don. *1898, no." 76393, Dec, 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Sonatine. L. yon Beethoyen; arranged 
for 2 mandolins and piano, or guitar, by 
Chas. J. Dorn. 706 

Copyright by Oliyer Ditson, Boston. 
1898, no. 75316"; Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec, 23, 1898. 

Song (The) of the bugle. Words by 
William H. Gardner; music by Geo. 
Lowell Tracy. 707 

Copyright by White- Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 75781, Dec. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Song of the first regiment. Words and 
music by W. L. Xeedham. 708 

Copyright by Hiram S. Talbot, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 75286, Dec. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 25, 1898. 

Soni; (A) of the sea, Words and music 

by Herold R. Heaton. 709 

Copyright by Herold R. Heaton, U. S. 

1898, no. 75277. Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 23, 1898. 

Song without words. By Edward Ger- 
man. London, Augener tfc co. For 
violin and piano; for clarinet and 
piano. 710, 711 

Copyright by Augener & co., London. 
1898, nos. 75479, 75478, Dec. 24; 2 cop- 
ies each rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Sousonia quadrille. On themes from 
Sousa's marches; adapted by Walter 
Lewis for orchestra. 712 

Copyright by Harry Coleuian, Phila- 
delphia. 1898.' no. 75772, Dec. 24 ; 2 cop- 



ies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

By Ralph 



Sparklin 
Piano. 



Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 



ton. 1898. no. 75304. 
rec'd Dec, 23, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

stay nie no more. Song for soprano or 
tenor. Words by Ernest Myers ; music 
by Mary Carmichael. 715 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 76398, Dec. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Sunshine and victory for Uncle Sam. By 

Mrs. Bertha Freeman Lewis. 716 

Copyright by Mrs. Bertha Freeman 

Lewis', Enuis, ~Tex. 1898, no. 75288, 

Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Surprise polka, by E. C. Ramsdell. Cor- 
net and piano. 717 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no'. 75319, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Suwanee (The) shore. Part-song. Words 
by Richard Henry Buck; music by 
Adam Geibel. For mixed voices. 

718 

For male voices. 719 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, nos. 75784, 75785, 
Dec. 24; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 24, 
1898. 

Sweet lavender. Schottische for orches- 
tra, by Ivan L. Davis. 720 

Copyright by Brand pub. co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 1898, no. 75776, Dec. 24 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Sweetheart, sigh no more. Song for mez- 
zo soprano or baritone. Words by 

- Thomas Bailey Aldrich ; music by Mary 

Carmichael. 721 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

1898, no. 76399. Dec. 28 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 28. 1898. 



Swinging, swingin 
by L. M. Lester. 



Evarts. 

713 



Dec. 23; 2 copies 



Spring is here. March. Arnoldo Sar- 
torio : op. 229, no. 20. 714 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 75289, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

13682— Yol. 18, No. 3 3 



Words and music 
722 

Copyright by Hamilton S. Gordon, 
New York. 1898, no. 49077, 
copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



Take off your hats to Katie Kelly. By 
Mnrdock; arranged by Chas. Lewis for 
mandolin and guitar. 723 

Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75771, Doc. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec, 24, 1898. 

Tell me, honey, do. Words by Dan Pack- 
ard; music by Andrew Le Roc. 

724 
Copyright by Arthur W. Tarns, New 
York/ 1898,no.74901, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Thais. ComMie lyriqne de J. Massenet. 
Trio pour piano, violin, et violoncello, 
par Ernest Alder. Paris, Heugel et 
cie. 725 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1898, no. 76595,' Doc. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Their golden wedding morn. Words and 

music by Louis W. Pritzkow. 726 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. ' 1898, no. 75801, Dec. 21; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Thelma quadrille, by James M. Fulton, 
for full orchestra. 727 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delpia. 1898, no. 70123. Dec. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec 21, 1898. 

They were thinking of the one who'd 
passed away. Words by Kelso Mur- 
dock; music by Jos. D. Murdock. 728 
Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75767, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21. 1898. 

Thoughts of loye. (Becucci.) Arranged 
by Salvatore Tomaso, for 1st and 2d 
mandolins, guitar, and piano. 729 

Copyright by John Church co.. Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 75780, Dec. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Thy loying kindness. Words by Marga- 
ret E. Sangster; music by Wm. M. Bell. 

730 
Copyright by William M. Bell, Day- 
ton, Ohio. 1898, no. 63115, Oct. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Tillie Tootie. By Barnett ; arranged by 
Chas. Henlein for mandolin and guitar. 

731 
Copyright by Groene music pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75761, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Torch dance. Arnoldo Sartorio : op. 229, 
no. 10. 732 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 75297, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Transcendental polka, by E. C. Ramsdell. 
Cornet and piano. 733 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 75322, Dec. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Trip (A) to Washington. Two-step 

march, by Walter V. Ullner. 731 

Copyright by Gagel brothers, New 

York. 1898, no. 75796, Dec. 21 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

I Trois valses de salon, pour piano, par 
Theophil Wendt: op. 9. London, 

Novello tfc co.. limited, no. 1. Yalse en 
fa diese mineur. 735 

no. 2. Yalse gracieuse. 736 

no.3. Yalse dansante. 737 

Copyright by Novello & co., limited, 
London. 1898, no. 75151-75156, Dec. 21 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Trumpeters' polka, by E. C. Ramsdell. 
Cornet and piano. 738 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no.' 75320, Dec. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Twilight musings. Words and music by 

Charles McK. Trimmer: op. 35. 739 

Copyright bv Charles McK. Trimmer, 

Chicago." 1898, no. 75581, Dec. 21; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 5, 1898. 

, Two eyes to see with. Written by Al- 
bert Hall; composed by George Le 
Brunn. London, Francis, Day & 

Hunter. * 710 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1898, no. 75159, Dec. 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Two locks of hair. Words by Chas. H. 
Macintosh and Jas. Convery ; music by 
The Gallery god. 711 

Copyright by S. H. Brown, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 21275, Apr. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Dee. 21, 1898. 

j Uncle Moses, culud ge'm'man. Two-step, 
for pianoforte, by Benj. R. Smith. 

712 
Copyright by A. W. Perry & son, 
Sedalia, Mo. 1898, no. 75603, Dec. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 189s. 

Under the linden (Unter den linden). 
Liindler. Arnoldo Sartorio: op. 229, 
no. 1. 713 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 75303, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Under the moonlight waltzes, by Regi- 
nald De Koven ; arranged by Geo. D. 
Barnard. Orchestra. 711 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 75099, Dec. 22 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Unruly (The) child. Arnoldo Sartorio: 
op. 229, no. 16. 745 

Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 7:>2!i:i, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Ursinus (The) college march and two- 
step, by Samuel Stephens. 746 
Copyright bv Samuel Stephens, Nor- 
ristown, Pa. 1898, no. 75583, Dec. 24; 2 i 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Yalse meiancolique. Arnoldo Sartorio: 

op. 229, no. 4. 747 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 

adelphia. 1898, no. 75300, Dec. 23; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Yariatiouen. Uber ein origin althema 

fur zwei claviere, vou Hermann 
Scholtz: op. 77. Leipzig, F. E. C. 
Leuckart. 748 j 

Copyright by F. E. C. Leuckart, 
Leipzig. 1898, no. 75465, Dec. 24; 2 j 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Victoria march, by William Cohen; ar- 
ranged by Sam'l Hosfeld for brass and 
reed band. 749 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia, 1898."no. 70420, Dec. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Violette. (Petit rondo.) Duett for piano, i 
by Edouard Hoist. 750 j 

Copyright by M. Witmark &. sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 75794, Dec. 24; 2 i 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Vocal beauties. By Edward Carlyle 
Ownby. No. 2. Mamma's serenade. 

751 
Copyright by A. W. Perry & son, Se- 
alia, Mo. 1898, no. 755 "~ 
copies rec'd Dec. 23,1898. 

Walnut grove march, for piano or organ, J 
by Eva L. De Haven. 752 

Copyright by A. W. Perry & son, Se- j 
dalia, Mo. 1898, no. 75606, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

War song. Words by Sir Walter Scott; 
music by Joan Trevalsa. London, J. 
B. Cramer & co., ltd. 753 i 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., ' 
London. 1898, no. 76402, Dec. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

What is one amongst so many ? Written 
and composed by E. AY. Eogers. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 754 
■ Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1898, no. 75147, Dec 23; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

When I marry Miss Dina Lee. Billy 
Caldwell. Orchestra. Arranged by 
Hans S. Line. 755 

Copyright bv Windsor music co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 75101, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



Ti ties — C o n t i n u e d . 

Who will go? Verses 1. 2, and music by 
Thos. A. Barton ; verses 3, 4, unknown. 

756 
Copyright by William M. Bell, Day- 
ton, Ohio. 1898, no. 63114, Oct. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Why Cupid weeps. Waltz song and 
chorus. Words and music by Mabel 
Dixon. 757 

Copyright by Mabel Dixon, United 
States. 1898, no. 75279, Dec. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Winningahome. Polka (two-step). Ar- 
ranged by L. O. De Witt, for orchestra. 

758 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 76538, Dec. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Winter night waltz. By Anna L. Taylor. 

759 
Copyright by A. W. Perry & son, Se- 
daiia, Mo. 1898, no. 75601, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Wondering Willie. Composed by C. La- 
mar. London, Jefferys, ltd. 760 
Copyright by Jefferys, ltd., London. 
1898, no. 75470, Dec. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 23, 1898. 

Wreck of the Maine march, by Mrs. 

Nina Cozine. 761 

Copyright by A. W. Perry & son, 

Sedalia, Mo. 1898, no. 75600, Dec. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Yankee notion. March and two-step, by 

Jack Archer. 762 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1898. no. 75789, Dec. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

You, dear. Waltz song. Words by Jere 
O'Halloran; music by Martin Saxx. 

763 

Copyright by Saxx music co., Boston. 

1898, no. 75592,' Dec. 24 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 24, " 



Zwei chorale. Gedicht von Elisabeth 
Creulziger; musik von Joh. Walther. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 764 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1898, no. 75468, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Zwei geistliche stiicke fur violine und 
orgel, oder harmonium, von Hans Hiller. 
Leipzig, Gebriider Hug & co. no. 1, 
Melodie. 765 



130 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Zwei geistiiche stiicke fur violine und 
orgel, oder harmonium, von Hans Hiller. 
Leipzig, Gebriider Hug & co. no. 2, 
Hyinne. 766, 767 

Copyright by Gebriider Hug & co., 
Leipzig. 1898, nos. 75463,75464, Dec. 
24 ; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

18 very first studies for the violoncello, 
with accompaniment of a 2d violoncello 
ad lib., by Carl Schroeder: op. 87, nos. 
1-18. 768-785 

Copyright bv Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1898, nos. 36289-36306, June 
11; 2 copies each rec'd June 11, 1898. 



Titles — Contin ued. 
24 exercises for violin, by Jac. Dont: op. 



Saenger. 



786 



Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New- 
York. ' 1898, no' 76536, Dec. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

1899. Valse fin de siecle, pour piano, par 

Ch. Lecocq. 787 

Copyright by Legouix, Paris. 1898, 

no. 75165, Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 

23, 1898. 



V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Adair, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. Nov., 

1898. 40 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 76768, 

Dec. 29 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Ashton, Spink county, S. Dak. Nov., 

1898. 41 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 75330, 

Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Boston, Mass. (Insurance maps.) v. 7. 

1898. 42 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

-co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 75806, 

Dec. 24; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Chelsea, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. Nov., 

1898. 43 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

«o., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 75331, 

Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Chouteau, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. Nov., 



44 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 76769, 
Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Chrisman, Edgar county, 111. (Insurance 

maps of). Nov., 1898. 45 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 69581, 

Nov. 29; 2 copies rec'd Nov. 29, 1898. 

Clark, Clark county, S. Dak. Nov., 1898. 

46 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
«o., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 76200, 
Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



Doland, Spink county, S. Dak. Oct , 1898 

47 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 75332, 
Dec. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Eureka, McPherson county, S. Dak. Oct., 

1898. 48 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 77175, 

Doc. 30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Faulkton, Faulk county, S. Dak. Nov., 

1898. 49 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 76770, 

Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Fort Atkinson, Jefferson county, Wis, 

Oct., 1898. 50 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New Y r ork. 1898, no. 75333, 

Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Frankfort, Clinton county, Ind. (insur- 
ance maps of) Nov., 1898. 51 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 76775, 
Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Greencastle, Putnam county, Ind. Nov., 
1898. 52 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., Now York. 1898, no. 77174, 
Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd Doc. 30, 1898. 

Nov., 
53 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., "New York. 1898, no. 76201, 
Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



Harrisville, Alcona county, Mich. 

1898. 



J31 



MAPS AND CHARTS— Contini i i 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Hitchcock, Beadle county, S. Dak. Nov., 
1898. 54 

Copyright bv Sanborn -Ferris map 
co., ltd.. New York. 1898, no, 76202, 
Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Huron, Erie county, Ohio. Oct., 1898. 

55 
Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
eo., ltd., "New York. 1898, no. 75331. 
Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Indianapolis, Ind. (Insurance maps of) 

v. 3. 1898. 56 

Copyright bv Sanbom-Perris map 

co.. ltd.. New York. 1898. no. 38203, 

June 22: 2 copies rec'd Nov. 25, 1898. 

LaClede, Linn county, Mo. Nov., 1898. 

57 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd.. New York. 1898, no. 76771, 
Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Lenapah, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. Nov., 

1898. 58 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898. no. 76203, 

Dec. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Meadville, Linn countv, Mo. Nov., 1898. 

59 
Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 77173, 
Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Mellette, Spink county. S. Dak. Nov., 

1898. - 60 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd. /'New York. 1898, no. 75325, 

Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Newburg, Warrick county. Ind. Nov., 

1898. 61 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd.. New 'York. 1898, no. 76204, 

Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Norwood, St. Lawrence county, N. Y. 

Nov., 1898. 62 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New 'York. 1898, no. 77172, 

Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Nowata. Cherokee Nation, Ind. T. Nov., 

1898. ' 63 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd., New York. 1898, no. 75326, 

Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Pryor Creek, Cherokee Nation, Ind. T. 

Nov., 1898. 64 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 77178, 

Dec. 30 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



Fed Fork, Creek Nation. Ind. T. Nov. 

1898. ii5 

Copyright by Sanbom-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 76772, 

Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Fochester, Beaver county, Pa. Nov., 

1898. 66 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 75327, 

Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Scranton, Pa. (map of), Jan., 1899. 67 

Copvright bv Wyoming valley guide 
co., Wilkes Barre. ' 1898. no. 75610, Dec. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 17, 1899. 

Stillwater, Washington county, Minn. 

(Insurance maps of), Nov., 1898. 68 

Copvright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 75805, 

Dec. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Talala, Cherokee Nation. Ind. T. Nov., 

1898. 69 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 75328, 

Dec. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Tarrytown, including North Tarrytown, 
Westchester countv, N. Y. (Insurance 
maps of) Nov., 1898. 70 

Copvright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd.. New York. 1898, no. 76774, 
Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

\Yarner, Brown countv, S. Dak. Nov., 

1898. 71 

Copvright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 75329, 

- Dec. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Warren, Hunting-ton county, Ind. (In- 
surance maps of) Nov., 1898. 72 
Copvright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 76565, 
Dec. 28; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Warren, including Newton Falls and 
Cortland, Trumbull county, Ohio. (In- 
surance maps of) Nov., 1898. 73 
Conyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898.. no. 76773, 
Dec. 29 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Warsaw, Hancock county, 111. Nov., 1898. 

74 
Copyright by Sanbom-Perris map 
co., ltd., "New York. 1898. no. 77177, 
Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Willow Lakes, Clark county, S. Dak. 

Nov., 1898. 75 

Copyright by Sanbom-Perris map 

co, ltd., New York. 1898, no. 77176, 

Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd Fee. 30, 1898. 



132 



VI. ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Argument (Ah) in its favor. 96 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 76213, Dec. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Bad (A) actor. 97 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,"New York. 1898, no. 76210, Dec. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Black-eyed Susan. By Rufus F. Zog- 

bamn. 98 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 

Y r ork. 1898, nb. 64287, Nov. 1 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 

Bracer (A). 99 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
- mann, New York. 1898, no. 76220, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Buccaneers (The). By Rufus F. Zog- 
baum. 100 
Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1898, no. 64286, Nov. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 



Caught unawares. 



101 



Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 76207, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Constitution and Guerriere. By Rufus 

F. Zogbaum. 102 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 

York. 1898, no. 64290, Nov. 1 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 

Corinthian (A) crew. By Rufus F. Zog- 
baum. 103 
Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1898, no. 64285, Nov. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 

Education (The) of Mr. Pipp. 17. 104 
Copyright by Life pub. co.. New 
York. 1898, no. 76205, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Embarrassing. 105 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maim, New York. 18: 8, no. 76214, Dec. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. L'8, 1898. 

High praise. 106 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 76212, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

His Sunday clothes. 107 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 76218, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 

Hull's victory. By Rufus F. Zogbaum. 

108 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 

York. 1898, no. 64291, Nov. 1 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 

Important (An) question. 109 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 76211, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

In Hampton Roads. By Rufus F. Zog- 
baum. 110 
Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1898, no. 64281, Nov. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 

It ought to be a happy new year. Ill 
Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 75809, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

By Rufus 
112 

Copyright by F. A.Stokes co., New 
York. 1898, no. 61288, Nov. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 

May the new year do better. 113 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 76216, Dec. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 



Lass (The) that loves a sailor, 
F. Zogbaum. 



My girl at Tomkinsville. 
Zogbaum. 



By Rufus F. 
114 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co.,New 
York. 1898 , no. 64283, Nov. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 

New three quarter length sack coat. 115 
Copyright by Baldwin syndicate, 
New York. 1898, no. 75807, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dee. 24, 1898. 

On New Year's eve. 116 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarx- 
nianu. New York. 1898, no. 76208, Dee. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Pennsylvania (The) girl. 117 

Copyright by W. Shinn, YYoodstown, 

N..J. "1898, no. 71619, Dee, 9; 1 copy 

rec'd Dec. 9, 1898; 2 copies rec'd Dee. 

16, 1898. 

Premium gem peas. 118 

Copyright by D. M. Ferry & co., De- 
troit. 1898. no. 76930, Dec. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Puck pays his compliments. 119 

Copyright by Keppler A Schwarz- 
mann,Now York. 1S98, no. 76206, I fee. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 



133 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Reading of the Declaration of Independ- 
ence before the army in New York, 
July 9, 1776. 120 

Copyright by Arts and Crafts pub. 
co., Chicago. 1898, no. 77333, Dec. 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Remonstrance (A). 121 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann.New York. 1898, no. 76215, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Roses jaunes. 122 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York. 1898, no. 

76632, Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 

1898. 

Roses rouges, 123 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York. 1898, no. 

76631, Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 

1898. 

Same (The) old story. 124 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 76219. Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 



Satisfied with the situation. 



125 



Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 76221, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1298. 

Saving (A) drive. 126 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,New York. 1898, no. 76222, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

She's all right. 127 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 76217, Dec. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 



Signal (The) bridge. 
ban in. 



By Rufus F. Zog- 
128 



Copyright by V. A.Stokes co.,New 
York. * 1898, no. 64284, Nov. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 

Steersman's (The) song. By Rufus F. 

Zogbanm. 129 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 

York. 1898, no, 64292, Nov. 1 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 

u There's a bran new coon in town." 130 
Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 75811, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Three fishers. By Rufus F. Zogbaum. 

131 
Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1898, no. 64289, Nov. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 



Twelve inch (The) gun. 
Zoobaum. 



By Rufus F. 
132 



Copyright by F. A. Stokes co.,New 
York. 1898, no. 64282, Nov. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 

War (The) of 1898, month by month. 

Feature cut 53, 1898. 133 

Copyright by Americaa press ass'n, 

New York. 1898, no. 75808, Dec. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

What spoiled it. 134 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 76209, Dec. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Young (The) doctor starts the new year 

well. 135 

Copyright by Arkell nub. co., New 

York/ 1898, no. 75810. Dec. 24; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



VII. CHROJVIOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Beyy (The). 38 

Copyright by Wolf & co., Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 76681, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



•'Fair maid. 



Copyright by Swift & co., Chicago. 
1898, no. 76777, Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec, 29, 1898. 



39 



Titles — Continued. 

First part. (N. Y., no. 8115) 28-sheet. 40 
Copyright hv Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 68072, Nov. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

It beats a circus, no. 3603. 41 

Copyright by United States printing 

co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 75611, Dec. 24; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 



134 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Jolly (A) good fellow. 42 

Copyright by Wolf & co., Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 76680, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Le Royle as Hopper, no. 3600. 43 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 76682. Dec. 
29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Lock (The) on the Seine, no. 3630. 44 
Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 76683, Dec. 
29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Our girls, no. 3551. 15 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 76684, Dec. 
29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

"Seasons (The)." 46 

Copyright by U. S. rubber co., New 
York. 1898, no. 76776, Dec. 29; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Spanish-American (The) treaty of peace. 
Paris, Dec. 10, 1898. 17 

Copyright by Kurz & Allison, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no". 75612, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Summer." 48 

Copyright by Swift &, co., Chicago. 
1898, no. 76567, Dec. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Trans-Mississippi exposition at Omaha, 
Nebr. 14| x 10. East Midway, 4th of 
July. 49 

Copyright by Bee pub. co., Omaha. 
1898, lio. 57668," Sept. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 29, 1898. 

Uncle Sam is expanding; and so is E. E. 

Strauss & co.'s business. 50 

Copyright by Edward E. Strauss & 

co.. Chicago. 1898, no. 76931, Dec. 30; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

"Winter." 51 

Copyright by Swift & co., Chicago. 
1898, no. 76568, Dec. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 



VIII. PHOTOGrRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. Tor index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



fitles. 

Across the Pope's private gardens. Rome, 
Italy. 1991. 66 

Copyright by William H. Ran. Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 76340, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
After a visit of old Santa Clans. 67 

Copyright by R. Y. Young, New York. 
1898, no. 76781, Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 
America's strength her citizen soldiers. 

68 
Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, no. 76803, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
Arch entrance to great hall, Vatican 
library, Rome, Italy. 1997. 69 

Copyright by William H. Ran, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 76344, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Avenger of the "Maine." 70 

Copyright by William Rackle, New 
Orleans. 1898, no. 40824, July 7; 1 
copy rec'd July 7; 1 copy rec'd Dec. 28, 
1898. 



Titles — Continued. 



! Basket-ball. 



71 



Copyright by Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. 1^98. no. 75628, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Bell-boy. 72 

Copyright by Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. LS98, no. 75627, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec"d Dec. 24, 189S. 

Bicycle race. 73 

Copyright by Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75618, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Birds of North America. 74 

Copyright by Chaffee & Selcho w 
New York. 1898, no. 75620, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Bird's-eye view of Juneau, nos. 396. 100. 

75, 76 
Copyright by Winter & Pond, Ju- 
neau, Alaska. 1898, nos. 7(m72. 7(ir,7:{, 
Dec. 28; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 28, 
1898. 



135 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Contini bd. 



Titles — Continued. 

Birth (The) of a great battleship, the 
"Illinois," just launched. 77 

Copyright by J. F. Jarvis. Washing- 
ton. 1898, no. 76804, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Black (The) diamond express. 50205. 

78 
Copyright by Photochrom co., De- 
troit. * 1898, no.' 76785, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'cl Dec. 29, 1898. 

r Bright sunny days " (The) of childhood. 

79 
Copyright by R. Y. 1 ouug. New 1 ork. 
1898, no. 76780, Dec. 29; 2 copies reo'd i 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Cat. 80 

Copyright by Chalfee & Selchow, 
New York. 18:'8, no. 75614, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Charge bayonets! 1st Kentucky volun- 
teers, Porto Kican army. 81 
Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, no. 76799, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Christening (The). Launching the great 
battleship "Illinois." Newport News. 
nos. 1, 2. 82, 83 

Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, nos. 76796, 76797, Dec. 29; 2 
copies each rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Colorado, Gray's and Torrey's peaks, no. 

50L05. 84 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 

co., Detroit. 1898, no. 77183, Dec. 30 ; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Colorado, the Upper Twin lake. no. 

50106. 85 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 

co., Detroit. 1898, no. 77184, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

"Cottagers (The)." 86 

Copyright by Quincy historical 
society, Quincy. Mass. 1898, no. 76778, 
Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Cotton-picking scene, no. 390. 87 

Copyright by Russell bros., Anniston. 
Ala. 1898, no! 76339, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Cowboy. 88 

Copyright bv Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75615, Dec. 24 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Crossing the African desert. 89 

Copyright bv Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75622, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

District (The) of Columbia volunteers 
returning from Cuba; marching to 
the President's mansion. 90 

Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, no. 76819, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

East wall, Flemish dining room. 91 

Copyright by Georges A. Glaenzer 
& co. /New York. 1898, no. 75636, Dec. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Fairyland. 92 

Copyright by Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75629, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Fire! 1st Kentucky volunteers, Porto 
Rican army. 93 

Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, no. 76816. Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Firing by volley, 160th Indiana volun- 
teers. 94 
Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898,no. 76808, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Fish pond. 95 

Copyright by Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75619, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Fix bayonets! 1st Kentucky volunteers, 
Porto Kican army. 96 

Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, no. 76806, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Football. 97 

Copyright bv Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75626, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

For flag and country. 98 

Copyright by Photographic repro- 
duction co., Philadelphia. 1898, no. 
71882, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 
1898. 

Guard mount ; 1st Kentucky volunteers at 
Newport News, bound for Porto Rico. 

99 
Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, no. 76807, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

High mass at St. Peter's; waiting for ad- 
mission. Rome, Italy. 1938. 100 
Copyright by William H. Rau, Phila- 
delphia. 1898,' no. 76347, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



136 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

"I loves you ; 'deed I do, my babe." nos. 

1-4. 101-104 

Copyright by H. J. Hubble & co., 

New York. 1898, nos. 76792-76795, Dec. 

29; 2 copies each rec'd Dec 29, 1898. 

In the canip of the 3d Kentucky volun- 
teers. Newport News, Va. nos. 1, 2. 

105, 106 
Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, nos. 76813, 76814, Dec. 29; 2 
copies each rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

In the daisy held. 107 

Copyright by R. Y. Young, New 
York. 1898, no. 76783, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

In the great hall, Vatican library, Rome, 
Italy. 1999. 108 

Copyright by William H. Rau, Phila- 
delphia. 1898J no. 76345, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

In the old mill. 109 

Copyright bv William Frank Hana- 
ford, Mansfield, Mass. 1898, no. 76685, 
Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Interior of St. Peter's, showing round slab 
on which emperors were crowned, 
Rome. 2009. 110 

Copyright by William H. Rau, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 76342, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Juneau, Alaska, no. 398. Ill 

Copyright by Winter & Pond, 
Juneau, Alaska. 1898, no. 76574, Dec. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Kris Kringle discovered. 112 

Copyright by Alonza Potter Young, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 76933, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Kris Kringle's visit. 113 

Copyright by Alonza Potter Young, 

Philadelphia. 1898, no. 76932, Dec. 30; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 30 5 1898. 

Lightning; taken in Globe, Ariz., Aug. 6, 

1897. 114 

Copyright by Andrew Miller, Globe, 

Ariz. 1898, no. 75641. Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec, 24, 1898. 

Load! 1st Kentucky volunteers, Porto 
Rican army. 115 

Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, no. 76798, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Looking into the great hall, Vatican 
library, Rome, Italy. 1998. 116 

Copyright by William H. Ran, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 76341, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lunette no. 1, of Heraldic arch. 117 

Copyright by Georges A. Glaenzer & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 75639, Dec. 24 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Lunette no. 2, of Heraldic arch. 118 

Copyright by Georges A. Glaenzer &, 
co., New York. 1898, no. 75638, Dec. 24 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec, 24, 1898. 

McKinley (President) and cabinet. Dec. 

9, 1898. no. 1. 11 x 14. 119 

no. 2. 14 x 16. 120 

Copyright by Frances B. Johnston, 

Washington. 1898, nos. 76570, 76571, 

Dec. 28; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 28, 

1898. 

Merry-go-round. 121 

Copyright bv Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75623, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Mettauer (H. A.) 122 

Copyright by Ella B. Blackshear, 
Macon, Ga, 1898, no. 13006, Feb. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1898. 

North wall of den. 123 

Copyright by Georges A. Glaenzer & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 75635, Dec. 24 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

North wall of Flemish dining room. 124 
Copyright by Georges A. Glaenzer & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 75632, Dec. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Panorama, no. 10. 125 

Copyright by Russell bios., Anniston, 
Ala. 1898, no. 76338, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Part (A) of General Miles' Porto Rican 
army, before embarking at Newport 
News, Va. nos. 1-3. 126-128 

Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, nos. 76800-76802, Dec. 29; 2 
copies each rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Penna. cavalry at Newport News, en 

route to Porto Rico. 129 

Copyright bv J. F. Jarvis, ^Vashing- 

ton. 1898, no/76805, Dec. 29; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Physical drill ! 3d Kentucky volunteers, 
Newport News, Va. 130 

Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, no.76815, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Present arms ! 3d Kentucky volunteers, 
Newport News, Va. 131 

Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, no." 76820, Dec. 29; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 29, IS! is. 



137 
PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Quoits. 132 | 

Copyright by Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75621, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Rising (A) wind. no. 50028. 133 

Copyright hv Detroit photographic 
co.. Detroit. 1898. no. 77182. Dec; 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 
S. S. "Coptic" running before a gale. 

134 
Copyright hv Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange. N. J. 1898, no. 75820, Dec. 24 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec, 27, 1898. 
St. Peter's; from the Colonade, Rome, 
Italy. 1937. 135 

Copyright hv William H. Rau, Phila- 
delphia. 1*93,* no. 76346, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Seal hunting in Alaska. 136 

Copyright hv ChafFee & Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75625, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Senate (The). 137 

Copyright by Joseph P. Knapp, New 
York. 1898, no. 77338, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 
Skating race. 138 

Copyright by Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75616, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Skirmishing. 16th Penna. volunteers, 
Porto Kican army. nos. 1, 2. 139, 140 
Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, nos. 76817, 76818, Dec. 29; 
2 copies each rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
South wall of den. 141 

Copyright by Georges A. Glaenzer & 
co., New York/ 1898, no. 75634, Dec. 24 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
South wall of Flemish dining room. 142 
Copyright by Georges A. Glaenzer & 
co., New Y'ork. 1898, no. 75631, Dec. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Southwest corner of den. 143 

Copyright by Georges A. Glaenzer & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 75633, Dec. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Spandrel no. 1, of Heraldic arch. 144 

Copyright by Georges A. Glaenzer & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 75637, Dec. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Spandrel no. 2, of Heraldic arch. 145 

Copyright by Georges A. Glaenzer & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 75640, Dec. 24 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Squad rally! 16th Penna. volunteers, 
Porto Rican army. nos. 1, 2. 146, 147 
Copyright by J. P. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, nos. 76809, 76810. Dec. 29; 2 
copies each rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



'Titles — Continued. 

Starting for Porto Rico. Embarking 
mules for Gen. Miles' army. 148 

Copyright by J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, no/ 76812, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Sunset from gateway, Garden of the 

gods. 149 

Copyright by Wni. E. Hook, Colorado 

Springs. 1898, no. 76934, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Sunset on the bay. 150 

Copyright by R. Y. Young, New York. 
1898, no. 76784, Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Tiger hunt. 151 

Copyright by Chaffee &, Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75624, Dec 24 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

To my valentine. 152 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 
1898, no. 77180, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Tug of war. 153 

Copyright by Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75613, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Vista (A) of the great hall, Vatican 
library, Rome, Italy. 2000. 154 

Copyright by William H. Rau, Phila- 
delphia. 1898^ no. 76343, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Where ignorance is bliss, etc. 155 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 
1898, no. 77181, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 
Y^oung athlete. 156 

Copyright by Chaffee & Selchow, 
New York. 1898, no. 75617, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Y'oung (A) matron. 157 

Copyright by R. Y. Young, New 
York. 1898. no. 76782, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 
Zola. 158 

Copyright by Albert Naegele, New 
York/ 1898, no. 76228, Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
5th Illinois volunteers, Newport News, 
Va. nos. 1, 2. 159, 160 

Copyright bv J. F. Jarvis, Washing- 
ton. 1898, nos. 76821, 76822, Dec. 29; 
2 copies each rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
160th Indiana volunteers, Newport 
News, Va. 161 

Copyright bv J. F. Jarvis. Washing- 
ton. 1898, no.' 76811, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



138 



IX. FINE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law, with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
"works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Adelaide. 66 

Copyright by James Wells Champ- 
nev, New' York* 1898. no. 76936, Dec. 
30; 1 photograph rec'd Dec, 30, 1898. 

American beauty roses. 67 

Copyright by Forbes lithograph mfg. 
co., Boston. 1898, no. 76948. Dec. 30; 1 
photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

" Annunciation (The), and the education 
of the Virgin;" designed by Frederick 
Wilson. 68 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- 
orating co., New York. 1898, no. 77287, 
Dec. 3i; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 31, 
1898. 

Antoinette. 69 

Copyright bv James Wells Champ- 
ney, New York! 1898. no. 76938, Dec. 
30; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Autumn scene. 70 

Copyright by Forbes lithograph co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 76914, Dec. 30; 1 
photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Barnard (Henry), nos. 1. 2. 71. 72 

Copyright by Albert Jaegers, New 
York. 1898, nos. 76951, 76952, Dec. 30 ; 1 
photograph each rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

"Charlemagne and Alcuin/' designed by 
Frederick Wilson. 73 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- 
orating co., New York. 1898, no. 77285, 
Dec. 31; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 31, 
1898. 



Child and dove. 



71 



Copyright by Forbes lithograph co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 76942, Dec. 30; 1 
photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Day dreams. 75 

Copyright by Forbes lithograph mfg. 
co., Boston. 1898, no. 76950, Dec. 30; 1 
photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

"Dolphin (A) fountain, » designed by 
Rene T. de Quelin. 76 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- 
orating co., New York. 1898, no. 77286, 
Dec. 31; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 31, 
1898. 

Drive (The) by the river. 77 

Copyright by Forbes lithograph co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 76945, Dec. 30 ; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Faithful (The) servant/' designed bv 
Frederick Wilson, nos. 1, 2. 78, 79 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and dec- 
orating co., New York. 1898, nos. 77289, 
77288. Dec. 31 ; 1 rjhotograj>h each rec'd 
Dec. 31, 1898. 

Fleur-de-lis. 80 

Copyright by Forbes lithograph mfg. 
co.. Boston. 1898, no. 76943, Dec. 30; 
1 photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Henriette. 81 

Copyright bv James Wells Chainp- 
ney. New York." 1898. no. 76939, Dec. 30; 
1 photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Hyde park rose. 82 

Copyright bv Cole lithographing co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 72985, Dec, 14; 1 
photograph rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 



Law reigns. 



83 



Copyright by Kenyon Cox, If. S. 1898, 
no. 76941, Dec. 30; 1 photograph rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Louise. - 84 

Copyright by James Wells Champ- 
ney, New York/ 1898. no. 76935, Dec. 30; 
1 photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Old (The) homestead. 85 

Copyright by Forbes lithograph mfg. 
co., Boston. 1898, no. 76946, Dec. 30; 
1 photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Peonies, 86 

Copyright bv Forbes lithograph mfg. 
co., Boston. 1898, no. 76917, Dec. 30; 
1 photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

"Resurrection (The) angel/' designed 
by E. P. Sperry. 87 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co.. New York. 1898, no. 77340, 
Dec. 31; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 31, 
18! 18. 

.St. Augustine. Designed by Frederick 
Wilson. 88 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co., New York." 1898,110.76633, 
Dec. 29; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 29. 
1898. 

Springtime. 89 

Copyright by .J. Wells Champney, 
New York. 1898, no. 76128. Dec. 28; 1 
photograph rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 



139 

FIX E ARTS— CONTINUED. 



Titles — Continued. 

Valiant (The) woman. Designed bv 
E.P.Sperry. 90 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co..X'ew York. 1898, no. 77339, 
Dec. 31; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 31, 
1898. 

"Veritas." Designed by Frederick Wil- 
son. 91 
Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co., New York. 1898, no. 76635, 
Dec. 29; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 29, 
1898. 

Yictoire. 92 

Copyright bv James Wells Chainp- 
ney, New York. 1898, no. 76937, Dec. 
30 ; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Vision (The) of Dante. Designed by 
E.P.S. 93 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co., New York. 1898, no. 77341, 
Dec. 31; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 31, 
1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Vision (The) of the Xew Jerusalem. 
Designed by Frederick Wilson. 94 

Copyright by Tiffany glass and deco- 
rating co.,X T ew York.' 1898, no. 76S34, 
Dec. 29; 1 photograph rec'd Dee. 29, 
1898. 

Wilhelmina. 95 

Copyright by James Wells Champ- 
ney, New York. 1898, no. 76940, Dec. 
30; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Your health. 96 

Copyright by Forbes lithograph 
mfg. co., Boston. 1898, no. 76949, Dec. 
30; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



IXa. MISCELLANEOUS. 



Titles. 

Drill and tap drill gauge chart ; for ma- 
chine screw taps. 1 
Copyright by George Schrade, New 
York. * 1898, no. 64038, Oct. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 4, 1898. 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At tlie end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found.) 



Adams (A. Nelson), Stockton, Cal. : 

Beside the Pasig River. Sol X r . 
Sheridan; A. Nelson Miles. (Music.) 
Aibl (Jos.). Munchen, Germany: 

Nocturne, von Wonter Hutschen- 
ruyter. (Music.) 
American book co., New York: 
, Cicero [Marcus Tullius] , B. C. 106-43. 
Ten orations of Cicero. (Books: 1.) 

Cooper (James Fenimore). The 
pilot. (Books: 1.) 

McGuffey [William H.] McGuffey's 
sixth eclectic reader. Rev. ed. (Books: 

1.) 
American press ass'n, New lork: 

Backward (A) look at a warlike year, 
1898. (Books: 3.) 



American press ass'n, New York : 

Daisy May in society. (Books: 3.) 
Daisy May writes of the newest soci- 
ety idols. (Books: 3.) 

Earthly existence. (Books: 3.) 
Facts about Dawson. (Books: 3.) 
Fashious of Xew York. (Books: 3.) 
Infant's (The) escape. (Books: 3.) 
Late fash ions from Paris. (Books: 3.) 
Our Paris fashion letter. (Books : 3.) 
Sharkey-McCoy. (Books: 3.) 
Sir Henry Irving and his splendid 
career. (Books: 3.) 

Story (A) of Albani. (Books: 3.) 
War (The) of 1898, mouth by month. 
Feature cut 53, 1898. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 



140 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



American publishers' corporation, New 
York : 

Greene (Belle C.) Mr. and Mrs. Han- 
nibal Hawkins. (Books: IS) 
American sports pub. co., New York: 

Cox (Charles L.), eel. Spalding's offi- 
cial golf guide. (Books: 1.) 
American telephone and telegraph co., 
New York : 

American telephone and telegraph 

co. tariff and route hook. (Books: 1.) 

Anderson (Edward D.), Washington: 

I manage to get along in a slipshod 

sort of a way. Edward D.Anderson. 

(Music.) 

In Shawneetown so gay. Edward 
D.Anderson. (Music.) 

0, praise His holy name. Edward 
D.Anderson. (Music.) 
Anderson (G. M.), Indianapolis : 

Universal birthday calendar. 
(Books: 2.) 
Anglo-Canadian music publ'rsasso. (ltd), 
Toronto : 

Country (The) club. F. J. Hatton- 
Moore. (Music.) 

I heard the voice of Jesus say. Hora- 
tius Bonar ; Charles E. Wheeler. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Arkell pub. co., NeAv York : 

It ought to be a happy new year. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

" There's a bran new coon in town." 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Young (The) doctor starts the new 
year well. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Arts and Crafts pub. co., Chicago: 

Reading of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence before the army in New York, 
July 9, 1776. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Ascherberg (E.) & co., London: 

Fairy (A) song. Wilfred W. Gibson : 
Edith A. Dick. (Music.) 
Ashdown (Percy), New York : 

Christ in our hearts. Gertrude Doug- 
lass-Douglass. (Music.) 
Associated press, New York : 

Germany fears a tariff' war with us. 
(Books: 3.) 

Our commercial gains on the conti- 
nent.. (Books: 3.) 

Two princely gifts. (Books: 3.) 
Augener & co., London : 

African suite for the pianoforte. S. 
Coleridge -Taylor: op. 35, nos. 1-4. 
(Music.) 

Ballade. R. Orlando Morgan. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Jagdstiick und andalusischer tanz, 
von Arnold Krug: op. 81, nos. 1 and 2. 
(Music.) 

Song without words. Edward Ger- 
man, no. 75479, for violin and piano; 
no. 75478, for clarinet and piano. (Mu- 
sic. ) 



Backes (Jacob), New York: 

Backes (J. ) Manual of the Ameri- 
can stenocode. (Books: 2.) 
Bailey (Sara Lord), Boston: 

Bailey (Sara Lord). Work and art. 
(Books: 1.) 
Baker (Walter H.) & co., Boston: 

Clover farm. (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 

Nan, themascotte. (Dramatic compo- 
sitions.) 
Baldwin syndicate, New York : 

New three-quarter length sack coat. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Bangs (Mrs. Bleecker), Brooklyn : 

Harmonns. (Dramatic compositions.) 
Banks & bros., New York : 

United States courts of appeals re- 
ports, v. 56. (Books: 1.) 
Barrie (George) & son, Philadelphia: 
Walton (William). Paris known and 
unknown. (Books: 1.) 
Bates (Charles Austin), New York: 
Are you satisfied * (Books: 2.) 
Old age and wisdom. (Books: 2.) 
There are many methods. (Books: 2.) 
What is the answer? (Books: 2.) 
Beal (Edwin), Ursina, Pa. : 

Mocking (The) bird, with variations. 
Edwin Beal; Chas. J. Rockwell. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Beal (William J.), Lansing, Mich. : 

Beal (William James). Seed dis- 
persal. (Books: 1.) 
Bee pub. co.. Omaha : 

Trans- Mississippi exposition at 
Omaha, Nebr. 14|xl0. East midway, 
4th of July. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Belk (G.W.), Richmond: 

Belk (G. W.) The baptism of John. 
(Books: 2.) 
Bell (William M.), Dayton, Ohio: 

His covenant remaineth. Pittsburg 
times; W.M.Bell. (Music.) 

Marching orders. W.M.Bell. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Thy loving kindness. Margaret E. 
Sangster; William M. Bell. (Music.) 
Who will go? Thomas A. Barton. 
(Music.) 

Benjamin (Park), New York: 

Benjamin (Park). The sting of the 
wasp. (Books: 3.) 
Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 
Advisorv rates of Fort Dodge, Iowa. 
(Books: 2.) 

Benziger bros.. New York : 

Benziger bros.' illustrated catalogue. 
(Books: 2.) 

Sadlier (Anna T.) Pauline Archer. 
(Books: 2.) 

Smith (Sara Trainer). A runawav's 
Christmas. (Books: 3.) 

Waggaman (Mary T.) A Christmas 
dollar and what it bought. (Books : 3.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS-Comim i:i>. 



Bible study pub. co. ; Boston : 

Bible ^l'he^ study manual for the 
biographical course. (Books: 2.) 
33UflflBible (The) study union lessons, gos- 
pel stories. Child's monthly, v. 9, 
no. 1, lessons 1-5. (Books: 2.) 

Specimen pages. New course 

for 1899. (Books: 2.) 

Gospel teachings, 1st quarter. 
(Books: 2.) 

The life of Christ. In nine 

parts. Intermediate grade, with- writ- 
ten-answer questions for the younger 
classes. v. 9, no. 1, 1st quarter, les- 
sons 1-13. (Books: 2.) 

Junior grade. (Books: 2.) 

Old Testament heroes. Child's 

monthly. (Books: 2.) 

Gospel stories. Children's 

course for 1899. (Books: 2.) 

Primar v (The) teacher's helper. 

(Books: 2.) 
Black (James M.), Williamsport, Pa. : 
God is with me. B. F. Clarkson and 
J. M. Black. (Music.) 
Blackshear (Ella B.), Macon, Ga. : 

Mettauer (H. A.). (Photographs.) 
Blue book co., Portland, Oreg. : 

Portland (The) blue book. [1898-9] 
(Books: 1.) 
Boosey & co.. London, England. 

Cup (The) of life. F. E. Weatherly: 
Stephen Adams. (Music.) 
Boucicault & Perlet, New York : 

I wouldn't be a lady if I could. 
Aubrey Boucicault; Herman Perlet. 
(Music.) 
Boussod (Jean), Manzi, Joyant & co., 
Paris and New York. 

fioses jaunes. (Engravings, cuts, 
aud prints.) 

Roses rouges. (Engravings, 

cuts, and prints.) 
Boyd (C. E.), Philadelphia : 

" Boyd's copartnership and residence 
business directory of Philadelphia. 
(Books: 1.) 
Bradstreet co., New York : 

Bradstreet's commercial reports; v. 
124. Jan., 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Brand pub. co., Cincinnati : 

Hi O ! Ki O ! Chinese galop, by Ivan 
L.Davis. (Music.) 

Sweet lavender. Schottisch, by 

Ivan L.Davis. (Music.) 
Brandenburg (Edwin C), Washington: 
Brandenburg (Edwin C.) The law 
of bankruptcy. (Books: 1.) 
Breitkopl & Hartel, Leipzig : 

Roruanze, von Paul Joseph von 
Kordsy. (Music.) 

Zwei chorale. J oh. Walther. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Brethren pub. house, Mount Morris, 111. : 
Holsinger (George B.) Gospel songs 
and hymns, no. 1. (Music.) 



Brieux, Paris: 

Berceau (Le). (Dramatic composi- 
tions. ) 
Brown (Samuel H.), Philadelphia: 

I'll make her miue some day, by 
Howard M. Githens. (Music.) 

Two locks of hair. Macintosh and 
Couvery ; The Gallery god. (Music.) 
Burbank (A. S.), Plymouth. Mass. : 

Pilgrim Plymouth ; illustrated. 
(Books: 2.) 
Burdick (Arthur J.), Olean, N. Y. : 

Burdick (Arthur J.) Just jingles. 
(Books: 1.) 
Camp (W. M.), Chicago: 

Notes on track; 86. Level boards. 
(Books: 3.) 
Caproni (P. P.) & bro., Boston : 

Caproni, P. P. ct bro. Catalogue 
aud supplement of plaster-cast repro- 
ductions. (Hooks: 1.) 
Carpenter (Edward), Philadelphia: 

Golden (The) ladle. (Dramatic com- 
positions.) 
Carpenter (Frank G.), Washington : 

Carpenter (Frank G.) High life in 
Argentinien. (Books: 3.) 
Chaffee & Selchow, New York : 
Basket-ball. (Photographs.) 
Bell-boy. (Photographs.) 
Bicycle race. (Photographs.) 
Birds of North America. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Cat. (Photographs.) 
Cowboy. (Photographs.) 
Crossing the African desert. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Fairyland. (Photographs.) 
Fish pond. (Photographs.) 
Football. (Photographs.) 
Merry-go-round. (Photographs.) 
Quoits. (Photographs.) 
Seal hunting in Alaska. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Skating race. (Photographs.) 
Tiger hunt. (Photographs.) 
Tug of war. (Photographs.) 
Young athlete. (Photographs.) 
Champney (James Wells), New York: 
Adelaide. (Fine arts.) 
Antoinette. (Fine arts.) 
Henriette. (Fine arts.) 
Louise. (Fine arts. ) 
Springtime. (Fine arts.) 
Victoire. (Fine arts.) 
Wilhelmina. (Fine aTts.) 
Chappell & co.. London : 

Bonjour, Pierrot. F. E. Weatherly; 
Frank Lambert. (Music.) 
Chesuey (Weatherley), England: 

Chesuey (W.) "The glass dagger. 
(Books: 3.) 
Chicago record, Chicago : 

American guuboat at Naples. 
(Books: 3.) 

Anarchists arrested in Hanover. 
(Books: 3.) 



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Chicago record, Chicago : 

Appeal of the Sirdar. (Books: 3.) 
Applaud the American consul. 

(Books: 3.) 
Arrive at Heidelberg. (Books: 3.) 
Ask a ministry of commerce. (Books : 

3.) 

Baron Aehrethae may he chosen. 

(Books: 3.) 
Belgian chamher in tunrult. (Books : 

3.) 

Bubonic plague stamped out. 

(Books: 3.) 
Bulgarian statesmen protest. 

(Books: 3.) 
China's trade valued. (Books: 3.) 
Christmas in Cuba. (Books: 3.) 
Christmas services at Nice. (Books : 

3.) 

Condemns McKinley's policy. 

(Books: 3.) 
Death of the Rev. Thomas Nultv. 

(Books: 3.) 
Eager to get Samoa. (Books 3.) 
English interests at Gibraltar. 

(Books: 3.) 
Feasted by the mayor of Cork. 

(Books: 3.) 
Flag at Fort Atares. (Books : 3.) 
Friend] v note from Austria. (Books: 

3.) 
Future of Crete uncertain. (Books: 

3.) 
Garibaldi talks of America. (Books: 

3.) 

Gendarmes charge the rioters. 

(Books: 3.) 
Gen. Rios is criticised. (Books: 3.) 
Generous Bulgarian sobranie. 

(Books: 3.) 
German trade must suffer. (Books: 

3.) 
Germauy and the Carolines. (Books : 

3.) 
Growl from Russia. (Books: 3.) 
Help for Don Carlos. (Books: 3.) 
Home for the holidays. (Books: 3.) 
Hope to bar disease. ' (Books: 3.) 
In Gothenburg for Christmas. 

(Books: 3.) 
Jealous of America. (Books: 3.) 
Loyal yet to Cobden. (Books : 3.) 
Message may be from Andree. 

(Books: 3.) 
Mrs. White arrives at Naples. 

(Books: 3.) 

Paris kept guessing. (Books: 3.) 
Petition to be given King Oscar. 
(Books: 3.) 

Political situation in Spain. (Books: 

3.; 

Pope Leo depressed. (Books: 3.) 
Popularity of Prince George. (Books : 

Prohibit French newspapers. 
(Books: 3.) 



Chicago record, Chicago: 

Race prejudice in France. 

a.) 



(Books: 



Reach Cuba in safety. (Books: 3.) 

Receives his exequatur. (Books: 3.) 

Reforms needed in France. (Books: 



Dreyfus. 

(Books : 

(Books : 

unveiled. 

) 



3.) 

Rumor without foundation. (Books : 
3.) 

Sagasta is alarmed. (Books: 3.) 

Sagasta may stay in office. (Books : 
3.) 

Savs it will vindicate 
(Books: 3.) 

Servia's severe legislation 
3.) 

Spends Christmas in Rome 
3.) 

Statue ot Mickiewicz 
(Books: 3.) 

Think Spain is better off. (Books : I 

To defend his honor. (Books: 3.) 

To iuspect European methods. 
(Books: 3.) 

To paint scenes for the Czar. 
(Books: 3.) 

To repair cracks in the palace. 
(Books: 3.) 

To suppress anarchism. (Books: 3.) 

Turks assault Americans. (Books : 
3.) 

\ essel wrecked on the Vol<>a. 
(Books: 3.) 

Victoria's desire for peace. (Books: 
3.) 

William talks of expulsions. (Books : 
3.) 

Woman honored in Sweden. (Books: 
3.) 
Choudens, Paris, France: 

Neron. Max Maurey and Augustin 
Thierry; Henri Hirschmann. (Music.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati: 

Odell (1. It.), ed. The imperial 
method for the valve trombone. 
(Music.) 

Thoughts of love. (Becucci.) Salva- 
tore Tomaso. (Music.) 

Under the moonlight waltzes. Regi- 
nald De Koven; Geo. D. Barnard. 
(Music.) 
Clarke (Robert) company, Cincinnati: 

Giauque (Florien). The seventh an- 
nual supplement to Giauque's edition 
of the rev. statutesof Ohio. (Books: 2.) 
Clemens (Will M.). Haekeusack, N.J. : 

[Depew, Chauncey Mitchell.] The 
Depew story book. * (Books: 1.) 
Close (Charles W.), Bangor, Me. : 

Close (Chas. W.) Sexual law and 
the philosophy of perfect health. 
(Books: 2.) 
Cole lithographing co., Chicago: 

" Hyde Park rose." (Fine arts.) 
Coleman (Harry), Philadelphia: 

Fair Portia waltz. By Chas. E. 
Bray. (Music.) 



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(1 bv 



Coleman (Harry), Philadelphia 
Honey on de rag. March. 
Edward Beyer. (Music.) 

Sousonia quadrille. Adapt* 
Walter Lewis. (Music.) 
Coleman (H.H.), Milwaukee: 

Often er schreibebrief von Philipp 
Sauerampfer's vetter, John Stramper. 
(Books: 3.) 
Cornell university, Ithaca, N. V. : 

Bennett (Charles Edwin). Ciitique 
of some recent subjunctive theories. 
(Books: 1.) 
Cox (Kenyon), U. S. : 

Law reigns. (Fine arts.) 
Cox (Palmer), New York: 

Cox (P.) The Brownies shopping. 
(Books: 3.) 
Cramer (J. B.) & co., ltd., London: 

If we should say good-bye. J. An- 
thony McDonald: J.M.Capel. (Music.) 
War song. Sir Walter Scott; Joan 
Trevalsa. (Music.) 
Crane (Frank), Chicago: 

Crane (Frank). Pulpit editorials. 
(Books: 3.) 
Crawshaw (A.), Pawtucket, R. I. : 

Letter carriers' two-step. A. Craw- 
shaw. (Music.) 

Riverside waltz. A, Crawshaw. 

(Music.) 

Daggett (Charles Henry), Providence: 

Daggett (Charles Henry). Daggett's 

school of pharmacy lecture course. 

2d ed., revised and enlarged. (Books : 

!•) 
Dare (Richard S.). Swarthmore, Pa. : 

[Stewart, Freeman.] Shall we grow 
the sugar that we consume? (Books: 
2.) 
Darling (L. A.), Eureka, Cal. : 

Golden (The) state. March. L. A. 
Darling. (Music.) 
Date (Henry), Chicago: 

Blessed be the Lord God. E. L. Ash- 
ford. (Music.) 

O be joyful. M. L. McPhail. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Sing, O sing this 
George Marks Evans. 

Sing unto the Lord. 
(Music.) 
Davis (F. A.) company, Philadelphia: 

Sajous (Charles E. de M.) Annual 
and analytical cyclopaedia of practical 
medicine, v. 3. (Books: 1.) 
Detroit photographic co., Detroit: 

Colorado. Gray's and Torrey's peaks, 
no. 50105. (Photographs.) 

The upper twin lake. no. 50106. 

(Photographs.) 

Rising (A) wind. no. 50028. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Dieter (Frank J.), Maysville, Mo. : 

Manila waltzes. Frank J. Dieter. 
(Music.) 



blessed morn. 
(Music.) 
J. H. Rosecrans. 



Dillingham (G. W.) co.. New York : 

[Porter. Linn Boyd.] That gay de- 
ceiver ! ( Books : 1.) 
Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

Lord of our salvation. J. C. Maey. 
(Musi,-.) 

American beauties polka. E. C. 
Ramsdell. (Music.) 

Andante religiose Francis Thorn;': 
Gustav Strube. (Music.) 

Arioso. H. Bemherg; Nathan Has- 
kell Dole. (Music.) 

Dimples. Ralph Evarts. (Music.) 

"Glad to see you." Ralph Evarts. 
(Music.) 

Grand fantasia on "Home, sweet 
home." Fr. Goetz. (Music.) 

Let's be merry. Ralph Evarts. 
(Music.) 

Little feet. Ralph Evarts. (Music.) 

Maryland! my Maryland. C.W. F. 
(Music.) 

Merry Christmas waltz. 
Evarts. (Music.) 



Ralph 
Evarts. 



Pet (The) dove. Ralph 
(Music.) 

Picking daises. Ralph Evarts. 
(Music.) 

Romance. Johan S. Svendseu. Ed- 
ited and lingered by Gustav Strube. 
(Music.) 

Romanze from suite II. Franz Ries; 
Gustav Strube. (Music.) 

Shower of flowers. Edmund Patzke; 
John Orth. (Music.) 

Simple aveu. Francis Thome; 
Gustav Strube. (Music.) 

Sonatine. L. von Beethoven; Chas. 
J. Dora. (Music.) 

Sparkling eyes. Ralph Evarts. 

(Music). 

Surprise polka. E. C. Ramsdell. 
(Music.) 

Transcendental polka. E. C. Rams- 
dell. (Music.) 

Trumpeters' polka. E. C. Ramsdell. 
(Music.) 
Dix (Beulah Marie), Cambridge, Mass. : 

English born. (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 
Dixon (Mabel), U. S. : 

Why Cupid weeps. Song, by Mabel 
Dixon. (Music.) 
Doles (Isaac), Indianapolis: 

God bless our boys in blue. Isaac 
Doles; Theressa Riffle. (Music.) 
Douglas (Amanda M.), Newark, N.J: 

Douglas (Amanda Minnie). Kathie's 
aunt Ruth. (Books: 1.) 
Douglas & Perlet, New York : 

Little kinkey wooley head. Chas. 
Noel Douglas; Herman Perlet. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Dunn (Thos. C), Findlay, Ohio: 

Dewey of Manila. Thos. C. Dunn; 
Tom Winegar. (Music.) 



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Eaton (Seymour), Lausdowue, Pa.: 

Chicago (The) record's home study 
circle, 'nos. 299-304. (Boohs: 3.) 
Edison (Thomas A..), Orange, N. J. : 

S. S. "Coptic"'' miming before a gale. 
(Photographs.) 
Ely (Cyrus W. F.), New York : 

Assignments of courts and judges in 
the city of New York, tirst judicial de- 
partment. (Books: 2.) 
Evening post pub. co., Washington : 

Evening (The) post, New York. Re- 
ports of the national banks of the 
principal banking centers of the Uni- 
ted States. (Books: 1.) 
Ewell-Lewis (Mrs. M. L. B.), New Ha- 
ven : 

Beckwith's almanac, no. 52. 1899. 
(Books: 2.) 
Ferry (D. M.) & co., Detroit: 

Premium gem peas. (Engravings. 
cuts, and prints.) 
Finn &, Phillips, Scranton. Pa : 

Gov. Roosevelt's Rough Riders. B. 
AY. Phillips. (Music.) 
Fischer (Carl), New York: 

Addio (L ; ) a Napoli. Fairwell to 
Naples. J. Cottrau; L. P. Lauren- 
dean. (Music.) 

Album leaf. Ein albumblatt. Rich. 
Wagner; Theo. Moses-Tobani. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Angels' serenade. G. Braga. L. P. 
Laurendeau. (Music.) 

"Antiope." Chas. Armand. Orches- 
tra. (Music.) 

Antiope. Chas. Armand. Piano. 
(Music.) 

Art (The) of studying R. Krentzer's 
etudes, by L. Massart; Gustav Saen- 
ger. (Music.) 

Benevolence. Waltz. Andrew Her- 
man. Orchestra. (Music.) 

Benevolence. Waltz. Piano. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Brasseur (Le) de Preston. A. Adam ; 
Theo. Moses-Tobani. (Music.) 

By the banks of the Shannon. Waltz. 
Arranged by L. O. De Witt. (Music.) 

Coon's (A) love story. Chas. Armand. 
Orchestra. (Music.)' 

Piano. (Music.) 

"Entr'acte valse." Theo. Moses- 
Tobani. (Music.) 

Evening (The) star. Transcription 
by H. Leonard. (Music.) 

For right and freedom. March. A. 
Paoletti. Band. (Music.) 

Gems of Old Ireland. Lancers. 
Emil Isenman. (Music.) 

Hail Columbia. Arranged by Ch. 
Heinzinger. (Music.) 

Highlander (The). William Fr. 
Kretschmer. (Music.) 

Home song. M. Moszkowsky; L. 
P. Laurendeau. (Music.) 



Fischer (Carl), New York: 

"Konig (Der) von Yvetot." A. 
Adam; Theo. Moses-Tobani. (Music.) 

Little fantasia on American college 
songs, no. 2. Gustav Saenger. (Music.) 

Little fantasia on favorite Scotch 
songs. Gustav Saenger. (Music.) 

My love to all. Galop. Theo. Moses- 
Tobani. Orchestra. (Music.) 

Piano. (Music.) 

Naval cadet. Polka. Theo. Moses- 
Tobani. Orchestra. (Music.) 

Piano. (Music.) 

Our favorite regiment. Deutsch- 
meister. March. Dominik Ertl; L. P. 
Laurendeau. (Music.) 

Selection from "La Dame blanche.'' 
Die Weisse dame. J. Blumenthal : G. 
Saenger. no. 76553. For 2d violin. 
(Music.) 

no. 76554. For cello. (Music.) 

Selection from "La Sonambula.'' J. 
Blumenthal; <L Saenger. no. 76558. 
For cello, i Music. ) 

no. 7(i557. For 2d violin. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Selection from " Lucia di Lammer- 
moor." J. Blumenthal; G. Saenger. 
(Music.) 

Selection from " Orpheus." J. Blu- 
menthal; (^.Saenger. (Music.) 

Selection from "Poet and peasant."' 
J. Blumenthal ; G. Saenger. (Music.) 

Smoky Sam. S. M. Roberts; L. P. 
Laurendeau. (Music.) 

Winning a home. Arranged by L. O. 
De Witt. (Music.) 

21 exercises. J.Dont; Gust. Saen- 
ger. (Music.) 
Fiske (L.R.), Albion, Mich. : 

Fiske (Lewis Hansom). Baccalau- 
reate addresses, 1877-1897. (Books: 1.) 
Forbes lithograph mfg. co., Boston: 

American beauty roses. (Fine arts.) 

"Autumn ^ceno." (Fine arts.) 

Child and dove. (Fine arts.) 

Day dreams. (Fine arts.) 

Drive (The) by the river. (Fine 
arts.) 

Fleur-de-lis. (Fine arts.) 

old (The) homestead. (Fine arts.) 

Peonies. (Fine arts.) 

Your health. (Fine arts.) 
Francis, Day & Hunter. London: 

All's well ! Chas. I Hbsdale and Will 
Newman. Arranged by Chas. Rogers. 
(Music.) 

As you were ! H. T. Johnson ; F. Syd- 
ney Ward. | Music, i 

Cool! VYal Link; George Le L.runn. 
(Music.) 

Don't cry. mamma. Geo. A. Stevens : 
Thos. Le Brunn. (Music.) 

•(iive me your answer now." Al- 
bert Perry. (Mu ic.) 

Heads and tails. Colin Mackay; H. 
C. Barry. | Musi .) 



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Francis. Day & Hunter, London: 

Hash, ye uight winds. A.J.Morris; 
Walter Tilbury. (Music.) 

I'll pay you when my ship conies 
home. Harry Castling. (Music.) 

I'm a-waiting here for ,Ju-li a. Tom 
Conley and C'lms. Milson. I Music.) 

It don't go well with Scroggs. 
Edgar Bateman; Bennett Scott. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Let 'em all come. J. 11. Barnes. 
V Music.) 

My heart is your heart. E. \Y. Rog- 
ers. (Music.) 

'•Oh! Mr. Soldier Man." F. V. St. 
Clair. (Music.) 

Two eyes to see with. Albert Hall; 
George Le Brunn. (Music.) 

What is one amongst so many? E. 
W. Rogers. (Music.) 
Eraser (W. A. ), Georgetown, Ontario. 
Canada : 

Fraser (W. A. ) The conversion of 
Sweet Grass. (Books: 3.) 
Fulton (Creed M.), Washington: 

Spanish-American war,1898. (Boohs: 
2.) 
Gagel Bros , New York: 

Dixie (The) coon brigade. Walter 

E. Petry. (Music.) 

Trip (A) to Washington. Walter V. 
Ullner. (Music.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland: 

"Offener sclneibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer. no. 260. (Books: 3.) 
Gernand (Edward L.), Baltimore: 

Highly praised. (Books: 2.) 
Glaenzer (Georges A.) & co., New York: 

East wall, Flemish dining room. 
(Photographs.) 

Lunette no. 1, of heraldic arch. 
(Photographs.) 

Lunette no. 2, of heraldic arch. 
(Photographs.) 

North wall of den. (Photographs.) 

North wall of Flemish dining room. 
(Photographs.) 

South wall of den. (Photographs.) 

South wall of Flemish dining room. 
(Photographs.) 

Southwest corner of den. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Spandrel no. 1, of heraldic arch. 
(Photographs.) 

Spandrel no. 2, of heraldic arch. 
(Photographs.) 
Gordon (Hamilton S.), New York: 

My heart is a wave of the sea. Geo. 
T. Goldthwaite. (Music.) 

Swinging, swinging. L. M. Lester. 
(Music.) 
Grant (H.N.), Buffalo: 

Grant (H. N.) Fancy dancing. 
(Books: 2.) 
Groene music pub. co., Cincinnati: 

Carry this liag to mother. By Thos. 

F. Delaney. (Music.) 



Chas. Henlein. 



(Photographs.) 
is bliss, etc." 



iouthport, 



Groene music pub. co., Cincinnati: 

Come back, dear heart. By Henry 
Whyte. (Mnsic.) 

Gabriello Brown. Murdock; Chas. 
i'enkin. (Music.) 

I can lick ye, Maloney, with me two 
eyes shut. By Helf and Morgan. 
(Music.) 

Johnny, buy me this. Arthur J. 
Land); H.H.Thiele. (Music.) 

Mary Carey. Murdock ; Chas. Lewis. 
(Music | 
No one knew O'Grady. Johnnie Carroll; 

Richard H. Barker. (Music.) 
Side by side. Two-step. Sanders; 

Charles Lewis. (Music.) 
Take off your hats to Katie Kelly. Mur- 
dock; Charles Lewis. (Music.) 
They were thinking of the one who'd 
passed away. Kelso Murdock; Jos. D. 
Murdock. (Mnsic.) 
Tillie Tootie. Barnett; 

(Music.) 
Guerin (F. W.), St, Louis 
"To my valentine.'' 
" Where ignorance 
(Photographs.) 
Guilbert (Kev. Edmund), 
Conn. : 

Guilbert (Edmund). Annals of an 
old parish. (Books: 1.) 
Hanaford (William Frank), Mansfield, 
Mass. : 

"In the old mill." (Photographs.) 
Hancock (L. B.), Hart well, Ohio: 

Hancock (Mrs. L. B.) Heart's- ease. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hanshalter (Carl), Miinchen, Germany: 
Musik von Max Zenger. (Music.) 
Harms (T. B.) & co., New York: 

Carolina (A) cake walk. By Max 
Dreyfus. (Music.) 

Forget me not. By Louise Tunison. 
(Music.) 

I want a coon to match my own com- 
plexion. Will A. Heelan; Chas. B. 
Ward. (Music.) 

If dreams come true. By Arthur 
Trevelyan. (Music.) 
Harper & bros., New York: 

Harper's pictorial history of the war 
with Spain, pt. 1. (Books : 1.) 

[Prospectus.] (Books: 1.) 

Harris (Theodore), San Antonio, Tex. : 

Book sayings. (Books: 2.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia : 

Condolence. Arnoldo Sartorio. 
sic.) 

Cowslip. Arnoldo Sartorio. 
sic.) 

Dreams of youth. Arnoldo Sartorio. 
(Music.) 

Fleeting thoughts. Arnoldo Sarto- 
rio. (Music.) 

Free as air. Arnoldo Sartorio. (Mu- 
sic.) 



(Mu- 

(Mu- 



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Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Italian soui>. Aruoldo Sartorio. 
(Music.) 

Leisure (A) hour. Aruoldo Sartorio. 
(Music.) 

Military march. Aruoldo Sartorio. 
(Music.) 

Off to the chase. Aruoldo Sartorio. 
(Music.) 

Queen's (The) cavaliers. Aruoldo 
Sartorio. (Music.) 

Spring is here. Aruoldo Sartorio. 
(Music.) 

Torch dance. Aruoldo Sartorio. 
(Music.) 

Under the linden. Liindler. Ar- 
uoldo Sartorio. (Music.) 

Unruly (The) child. Aruoldo Sar- 
torio. (Music.) 

Yalse melancolique. Aruoldo Sar- 
torio. (Music.) 
Hearst (W. R.), New York : 

Finding (The) of "Zach." (Boohs: 
3). 

How Colonel Roebling would relieve 
the strain on the big bridge. (Books: 
3.) 

Morally poisoned by the wicked parts 
she played. (Books: 3.) 

Morphine tortures cured on a lonely 
mountain top. (Books: 3.) 

Odds and ends and photographic cu- 
riosities of the news of the week. 
(Books: 3.) 

Railroad (A) right up to the very top 
of the Alps. (Books: 3.) 

This is a story of a man and a wo- 
man. (Books: 3.) 

To freeze out disease microbes with- 
out feeling it. (Books: 3.) 

We have annexed a real South Sea 
island king. (Books: 3.) 

100 clergymen interviewed; protest 
about Brigham H. Roberts. (Books: 
3.) 

"400" (The) to have its own tailor 
shop on Feb. 1st. (Books: 3.) 
Heaton (Harold R.), U. S. : 

Song (A) of the sea. H. R. Heaton. 
(Music.) 
Heckel (Geo. B.), Philadelphia: 

Halphen (George). Colors and var- 
nishes. (Books: 3.) 

Scott (W. G.) A systematic method 
of testing varnish, japans, [etc.]. 
(Books: 3.) 
Herrick (E. R.) & co., New York: 

Pelouhet (Francis N.) Suggestive 
illustrations of the gospel according to 
John. (Books: 1.) 
Heugel et cie., Paris: 

Cavalleria rusticana. Pietro Mas- 
cagni; Ernest Alder. (Music.) 

Cid (Le). J. Massanet ; Ernest Alder. 
(Music.) 

Navarraise(La). J.Massenet; Ernest 
Alder. (Music.) 



Heugel et eei., Paris: 

Paul et Yirginie. Victor Masse: 
Ernest Alder. (Music.) 

Poemes Virgiliens. Pour piano, par 
Theodore Dubois, nos. 1, 3-6. (Music. ) 
Sapho. J. Massenet; Ernest Alder. 
(Music.) 

Serenade de Milenka; ballet panto- 
mime par Jan Blockx. (Music.) 

Thais. J. Masseuet; Ernest Alder. 
(Music.) 
Hill (J. L. ) ptg. co., Richmond: 

Illustrated southern almanac, 1899. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hills (Frederick S.) & co., Springfield, 
Mass. : 
Springfield, Mass. (Books: 1.) 
Hook (Win. E.), Colorado Springs: 

Sunset from gateway. Garden of the 
gods. (Photographs.) 
Hopkins (William), Boston: 

[Hopkins, William]. Bud Brier's 
book. (Books: 1.) 
Hoppin ( \\. M.), Cambridge, Mass. : 

' Girls' (The) kalendar, 1899. (Books : 
2.) 
House (E. V.), Batavia, N. Y. : 

Benham (Howard Curtiss). In after 
years they met. (Books: 1.) 
Howard (Charles L.), St. Louis: 

[Howard, Charles L.] Lessons in 
arithmetic. (Books: 1.) 
Howard (Francis E.), Bridgeport, Conn. : 
Howard (Francis E.) A manual of 
sight-singing exercises for blackboard 
use. (Books: 2.) 
Howe (Elias) co., Boston: 

Darkies' picnic. G. L. Lansings 
(Music.) 

"Pride of the navy."' M. 11. Andrews; 
G.L.Lansing. (Music.) 

Selection from Raymond. Thomas; 
G. L. Lansing. (Music.) 

Serenade. Gounod; G. L. Lansing. 
(Music.) 
Howe (Lyman H.), Wilkes-Barre, Pa. : 
Howe's (Lyman D.) wargraph ex- 
hibition. (Books: 2.) 
Howley, Haviland & co.. New York: 

Baby, I can't live on love. Al. Brown 
and Sid. Perrin. (Music.) 

Coming home to die. By Gussie L. 
Davis. (Music.) 

Josephine, my Jo. By Paul Barnes. 
(Music.) 

Ma Mandy, I'se done with you. By 
Louis Pritzkow. (Music.) 

She stood between father and mother; 
or, I love you both the same. By An- 
drew B. Sterling and Harry von Tilzer. 
(Music.) 

Their golden wedding morn, by 
Louis W. Pritzkow. (Music.) 
Hubble (H. J.) & co., New York: 

I loves you ; 'deed I do, my babe. 
nos. 1-1. (Photographs.) 



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.'ioline 
nos. 1 



:hes 



Hag (GebrUder) & co., Leipzig: 

Zwei geistliche stiicke, i'iir 
und orgel; von Hans Hi Her. 
and 2. (Musie.) 
Hughes (Peter J.), Philadelphia: 

Loving(The) cup. Peter.). llu w 
(Mas 
Hurst (George H.), Salford, Englaud: 

Hurst (G. EL) The practical color 
maker. I Books : )!. I 

The practical paint chemist. 

(Books: 3.) 
Hyde (Mary F.), Binghamton, X. Y. : 

[Hyde, Mary F.] Outline of work 
in English. (Books: 1.) 
Hylands (Fred). New York: 

Darkey (The) volunteer, by Fred 
Hylands. I Music, i 
International folk- lore ass'n. Chicago: 

Deans (James). Tales from the to- 
tems of the Hidcry. v. 2. (Books: 1.) 
Jaegers (Albert), New York : 

Barnard (Henry), nos. land 2. (Fine 
arts.) 
Jahu (Carl G.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Ohio (Reports of eases argued and 
determined in the circuit court of), v. 
16. July 1 to Dec. 31. 1898. no. 12. 
(Books: - 

Nov. 14.1898. no.14. (Books: 

2.) 
Jarvis (J. F. ), Washington : 

America's strength; her citizen sol- 
diers. (Photographs. ) 

Birth (The) of a great battleship, 
the "Illinois,'' just launched. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Charge bayonets ! 1st Kentucky vol- 
unteers. Porto Kicau army. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Christening (The). Launching the 
great battleship ••Illinois," Newport 
News. nos. 1-2. (Photographs.) 

District of Columbia (The) volun- 
teers returning from Cuba.. Marching 
to the President's mansion. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Fire! 1st Kentucky volunteers, 
Porto Rican army. (Photographs.) 

Firing by volley. 160th Indiana vol- 
unteers. (Photographs.) 

Fix bayonets! 1st Kentucky vol- 
unteers. Porto Rican army. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Guard mount. 1st Kentucky volun- 
teers at Newport News, bound for 
Porto Pico. (Photographs.) 

In the camp of the 3d Kentucky vol- 
unteers, Newport News, Va. nos. 1-2. 
(Photographs. I 

Toad! 1st Kentucky volunteers, 
Porto Rican army. (Photographs.) 

Part (A) of Geii. Miles' Porto Rican 
army, before embarking at Newport 
News. Va. nos. 1-3. (Photographs.) 



Jarvis (J. E\), Washington: 

Pennsylvania cavalry at Newport 
News, en route to Porto Pico. (Photo- 
graphs. | 

Physical drill. 3d Kentucky vol- 
unteers. Newport News. Ya. (Photo- 
graphs. 

Present arms! 3d Kentucky vol- 
unteers, Newport News. Ya. (Photo- 
graphs, i 

Skirmishing. 16th Pennsylvania vol- 
unteers. Porto Rican army. nos. 1-2. 
(Photographs. ) 

Squad rally. 16th Pennsylvania vol- 
unteers. Porto Rican army. nos. 1-2. 
(Photographs.) 

Starting for Porto Rico. Embark- 
ing mules for General Miles' army. 
(Photographs.) 

5th Illinois Volunteers, Newport 
News. Va. nos. 1-2. (Photographs.) 

160th Indiana volunteers," Newport 
News, Va. (Photographs.) 
Jerterys. limited. London : 

If only I wasn't a girl. Hayden 
Clarendon; Claude Arundale. (Music.) 

'Wondering Willie. C. Lamar. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Jewell (M. R.), Seneca Falls, N. Y: 

Court (The) of honor. M.R.Jewell. 
(Music.) 
Johnson v \\ ni. .. Chicago: 

Coming (The) glory. Wm. Johnson. 
(Music.) 
Johnston (Frances B.), 'Washington: 

McKinlev (President) and cabinet, 
Doc. 9, 1898. nos. 1-2. (Photographs.) 
Jones (Alice Mae), Houston, Tex. : 

Newsboy (The). Song. Alice Mae 
Jones. (Music.) 
Jones (J.T.), Cincinnati - 

Giberne (Agnes). The story of the 
sun. moon, and stars. (Books: 1.) 
Jordan ( Kate), U. S. : 

Jordan (Kate). A circle in the sand. 
(Books: 1.) 
Kansas City star co.. Kansas City, Mo. : 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Books: 
3.) 
Keenan (Henry P.), Forestville, Md. : 

Keenan (Henry Francis.) The con- 
flict with Spain. (Books: 1.) 
Kehr (Cyrus), Lakeside, 111. 

Wooden (A) knife and a game. 
(Books: 2.) 
Kellogg (Elijah), Harpswell. Me. : 

Kellogg (Elijah). Arthur Brown, the 
young captain. (Books: 1.) 
Kcppler & Schwarzmann, New York: 

Argument (An) in its favor. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Bad (A) actor. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Bracer (A). (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Caught unawares. (Engravings, 
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Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York : 

Embarrassing. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

High praise. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

His Sunday clothes. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Important (An) question. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

May the new year do better. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

On New Year's eve. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Puck pays his compliments. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Remonstrance (A). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Same (The) old story. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Satisfied with the situation. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Saving (A) drive. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

She's all right. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

What spoiled it. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints, "i 
Kilmer (George), LI. S. : 

Heroic Spaniards. (Books: 3.) 

Parker's Gatlings. (Books: 3.) 

Well-fought tight. (Books: 3.) 
Kimbark (Seneca D.), Chicago: 

Special net price-list for cash, with 
order, no. 16. (Books: 2.) 
Knapp (Joseph P.), New York: 

Senate (The). (Photographs.) 
Krause (E.), New York : 

Krause (Emil). Grand prin zip ien. 
(Books: 1.) 
Kurz & Allison, Chicago: 

Spanish-American (The) treaty of 
peace. (Chromos and lithographs.) 
Leduc (Alphonse), Pari- : 

Chaine (La) d'amonr. Gabriel Mon- 
toya; Jules Bouval. (Music. ) 
Legouix, Paris: 

1899. Valsefindesiecle. Ch.Lecocq. 
(Music.) 

Leuckart (F. E. C), Leipzig: 

Yariationen. Von Herrmann Scholtz. 
(Music.) 

Lewis (Mrs. Bertha Freeman), Ennis, 
Tex. : 

Sunshine and victory for Uncle Sam. 
Mrs. Bertha Freeman Lewis. (Music.) 
Life pub. co., New Y r ork : 

Education (The) of Mr. Pi pp. 17. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Lippincott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia: 

Course in bookkeeping. Lessons nos. 
5, 6. (Books: 3.) 

Course in electricitv. Lessons nos. 
11,12. (Books: 3.) * 

Course in stenograph v. Lessons nos. 
7-9. (Books: 3.) 



I Lohr (Theodor), New York: 

My old New Hampshire home. H. 
von Tilzer; Geo. Lechler. (Music.) 
McArthur (Peter), V. S. : 

McArthur (P.) An awkward valen- 
tine. (Books: 3.) 

The unruly leaves. (Books: 3.) 

McClure (S. S.) co.. New York : 

Marshall (I. D.) Robson on stage 
success. (Books: 3.) 
McLaughlin (Eva), Peoria, 111. : 

I want tint cake, boss. Eva McLaugh- 
lin. (Music.) 
Macmillan co., New Y'ork : 

Wilson (Lucy Langdon Williams). 
Nature study in elementarv schools. 
(Books: 1.) 
Marshall (William I.). Chicago: 

Marshall (William I.) ^Should the 
public schools furnish text-books free 
to all pupils? (Books: 1.) 
Martin (William G.), London : 

Benedicite, omnia opera. William 
G.Martin. (Music.) 
Metropolitan museum of art, New York: 
Metropolitan museum of art, New 
York. The collection of spoons made 
by Mrs. s. p. Avery, 1867-1890. (Books : 
!•) 
Miller (Andrew ), Globe, Ariz. : 

Lightning; taken in Globe, Ariz. 
(Photographs.) 
Morrison (Charles), Shelbyville, Ind. : 
Yest -pocket diary and reference 
book, 1899. (Books: 2.) 
Mulertt (Hugo), Brooklyn: 

Aquarium reminder. (Books: 2.) 
Munro's (George) sons, New York: 

Cyrano de B e r g e r a c. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Musiu (Ovide), New York: 

Mazurka de bravoure. Ovid Musin. 
(Music.) 

Naegele (Albert). New York- 
Zola. (Photographs.) 
Narragnnsett machine co., Providence, 
R. 1.: 

Catalogue of gymnastic apparatus. 
(Books: 2.) 

National mirror manufacturers' associa- 
tion of the United states. Pittsburg, 
Pa. 

Official price list of French, plain. 
and beveled mirror plates. (Books: 2.) 
National music co., Chicago: 

Rose waltz. A. II. Ro Sewig. (.Mu- 
sic.) 

Needhani (Joseph), London: 

Lang syne. Alexander Anderson; 
Alicia Adelaide Needhani. (Music.) 
j Noiswanger (Chas. S.), Chicago: 

Neiswanger (Chas. S.) Electro-ther- 
apeutical practice. Fifth ed. (Books: 
I i.) 






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New Jersey corporation guarantee and 
trust co., Camden, N. J.: 

New Jersey corporation guarantee 
and trust co. Minutes of the meetings 
of the stockholders and directors. 
(Books: 1.) 
Nichols (Wilbur F.), Holyoke, Mass.: 

Nichols ( Wilbur F.J Graded lessons 
in arithmetic. (Books: 1.) 
Norris (Zoe Anderson), U. S. : 

Norris (Z. A.) John's first wife. 
(Books: 3.) 
Norrman (Godfrey L.), Atlanta: 

Norrinan (Godfrey L.) Architecture 
as illustrative of religious belief. 
(Books: 1.) 
Novello & co. j limited, London: 

Baby-bye. Natalie Davenport. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Cries of London. Louis B. Tisdale; 
Percy Jackman. (Music.) 

Far from my heavenly home. Fran- 
cisLyte; Alicia A. Needkarn. (Music.) 

Give a rouse. Robert Browning; 
Granville Bantock. (Music.) 

Magnificat and nunc d i m i 1 1 is. 
Charles Wood. (Music.) 

Magnificat and nunc dimittis. H. M. 
Higgs. (Music.) 

Marching along. Robert Browning; 
Granville Bantock. (Music.) 

Meditation. John E. West; Edward 
Elgar. (Music.) 

My true love hath my heart. Sir 
Philip Sidney ; C. Lee Williams, (Mu- 
sic.) 

Overture to " Much ado about noth- 
ing."' Edward German. (Music.) 

Trois valses de salon pour piano; par 
Theophil Wendt: op. 9, nos. 1-3. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Pepper (J. AY.). Philadelphia : 

Danse auuamite. H. Maquet. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Elenore schottische. J. B. Viano. 
(Music.) 

George. I can't meet you. Joseph S. 
Willard. (Music.) 

Jeneola waltzes. J. Warwick Moore. 
(Music.) 

Massanetta caprice. A. M. Cohen. 
(Music.) 

Mother's joy, mazurka. R. Vollstedt. 
(Music.) 

Thelma quadrille. James M. Fulton. 
(Music.) 

Victoria march. William Cohen; 
, Sam'l Hosfeld. (Music.) 
Peregally (A.) and Parvv tils. Paris: 

Psaiime LXXXIII. 'Ch. M. Widor. 
(Music. ) 
Perry (A. W. ) and son, Sedalia, Mo. : 

American (The) two-step. J. E. Car- 
nal. (Music.) 

Coxie's march to the White House. 
Kathleen Hale. (Music.) 



Perry (A. W.) and son, Sedalia, Mo. : 

Echoes of long ago. J. P. Moss. 
(Music.) 

General Shatter's victory march. 
Emma Harding Little. (Music.) 

Golden light schottische. E. W. 
Allen; A.W.Perry. (Music.) 

Junior band march. M. C. Bales. 
(Music.) 

Katy Lee. Ed. Blair. (Music.) 

Lost on the -'Maine." Carolyn W. 
Hea. (Music.) 

Moonlight waltz. L. B. Flowerree. 
(Music.) 

Nordica schottische. M. E. Whitney. 
(Music.) 

Oh. where is mv sweetheart? Ed. 
Blair. (Music.) 

Uncle Moses, culud ge'm'man. Benj. 
R.Smith. (Music.) 

Vocal beauties. Edward Carlyle 
Ownbv. no. 2, Mamma's serenade. 
(Music.) 

Walnut grove march. Eva L. De 
Haven. (Music.) 

Winter night waltz. Anna L.Tay- 
lor. (Music.) 

Wreck of the "Maine." March. 
Mrs. Nina Cozine. (Music.) 
Phillips | W.) & co., New York: 

Phillips' 1898 business directory of 
New York city. v. 28. (Books: 1.) 
Photochrom co., Detroit: 

Black (The) diamond express. 50205. 
(Photographs.) 
Photographic reproduction co., Phila- 
delphia : 

For flag and country. (Photographs.) 
Pinchot (Gilford), Washington: 

Pinchot (Gifford). The Adirondack 
spruce. (Books: 1.) 
Pinkerton (Matthew Worth), Chicago: 

Pinkerton (Matthew Worth). Mur- 
der in all ages. (Books: 1.) 
Pomeroy (Robert D.), Axtell, Kans. : 

Pomeroy (Robert D.) Duplicate 
scale book. (Books: 2.) 
Preservaline info, co., New York: 

Preservaline. (Books: 2.) 
Press (The) pub. co., Lincoln, Nebr. : 

Arnefeldt (F.) Der amtmann von 
Rapshagen. (Books: 3.) 

Bruuner (Armin). Die bauern von 
Faleschty. (Books: 3.) 

Couring (Ida V.) Graciosa. (Books: 
3.) 

Kerger (Karl Renter). Der bezau- 
berte Indianer. (Books: 3.) 

Odien (P. A.) Stille nacht, heilige 
nacht. (Books: 3.) 

Ritter (G.) Der wunschzettel. 
(Books: 3.) 

Schreibebrief des Phil Kratzbroesch. 
(Books: 3.) 

Treuman (Joseph). Das brillanten- 
halsband. (Books: 3.) 



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Press (The) pub. co., Lincoln, Xebr. : 

Werner (A. ) In der Sylvester-nacht. 
(Books: 3.) 
Putnam ( Lben), Danvers. Mass. : 

Putnam (E.) Notes ou original and 
printed sources of information regard- 
ing North Carolina. (Books: 3.) 
Putnam's (G. P.) sons., New York: 

Gates (Ellen M. H.) On Christmas 
day. (Books: 1.) 

Newton (Richard Heber). Christian 
science. (Books: 1.) 
Quincy historical society, Quincy, Mass: 
•'Cottagers (The)." " (Photographs.) 
Raclde (William). Xew Orleans: 

Avenger of the "Maine." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Randolph (A. D. F.) co.. Xew York : 

The double. (Books: 1.) 

Pentecost (George Frederick). A 
mystery, not arnvth. (Books: 1.) 
Rau (William BL), Philadelphia: 

Across the Pope's private gardens, 
Rome, Italy. 1991. (Photographs.) 

Arch entrance to great hall, Vatican 
library. Rome, Italy. 1997. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

High mass at St. Peter's. Waiting 
foradmission. Rome, Italy. 1938. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

In the great hall, Vatican library, 
Rome. Italy, 1999. (Photographs. ) 

Interior of St. Peter's, showing round 
slab on which emperors were crowned. 
Rome. 200,). (Photographs.) 

Looking into the great hall, Vatican 
library, Rome, Italy. 1998. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

St. Peter's from the colonnade, Rome, 
Italy. 1937. (Photographs.) 

Vista (A) of the great hall, Vatican 
library. Pome. Italy. 2000. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Reid ( Arnot), Singapore : 

Reid (A.) From Mongolia to Siberia. 
(Books: 3.) 

From Pekin to Peters b n r a - . 

(Books: 3.) 

In Siberia. (Books: 3.) 

Reinlein (Fred). Mt. Vernon, 111. : 

Reinlein (F.) The gasoline torch. 
(Books: 2.) 
Revell (Fleming H.) co., Chicago: 

Hillis(Xe\vell Dwight). The Christ 
child and Christmas in the home, art, 
literature, and life. (Books: 3.) 
Ricordi (G.) & co., Milan: 

Listen. J. Anthony McDonald, ; An- 
gelo Mascheroni. (Music.) 
Robertson (Powhatan Wyndham), Wash- 
ington : 

Bookkeeper's compendium. (Books: 
2.) 
Rogers (Roland), London : 

Pastorale. Roland Rogers. (Music.) 
Postlude in E. Roland Rogers. 
(Music.) 



Russell (H. L.), Madison, Wis. : 

Russell (Harry Luman). Outlines 
of dairy bacteriology. (Books: 1.) 
Russell (Robert Howard), Xew York: 
Barrie (James Matthew). The little 
minister. (Books: 1.) 
Russell bros., Anniston. Ala. : 

Cotton picking scene. no. 390. 
(Photographs.) 
Panorama, no. 10. (Photographs.) 
Safford (Susan Darling). Boston: 

Safford (Susan Darling). Qnaiut 
epitaphs. (Books: 1.) 
Sanhorn-Perris map co., limited, Xew 
York : 

Adair, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. 
(Maps and charts. ) 

Ashton, Spink county, S. Dak. (Maps 
and charts. ) 

Boston, Mass, v. 7. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Chelsea.. Cherokee nation, Ind. T. 
( Maps and charts.) 

Chouteau, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Chrisman, Edgar county, 111. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Clark, Clark county, S. Dak. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Doland. Spink comity, S. Dak. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Eureka, McPherson county, S. Dak. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Fanlkton. Faulk county, S. Dak. 
(Maps and charts. ) 

Fort Atkinson, Jefferson county. Wis. 
(Maps and charts. ) 

Frankfort, Clinton county, Ind. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Greencastle, Putnam county, Ind. 
(Maps and chaits.) 

Harrisville, Alcona county, Mich. 
(Maps and charts. ) 

Hitchcock, Beadle comity, S. Dak. 
I Maps and charts.) 

Huron, Erie comity, Ohio. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Indianapolis, Ind. v. 3. (Maps and 
charts.) 

La Clede, Linn comity, Mo. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Lenapah, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Meadville, Linn county, Mo. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Mellette, Spink county, S. Dak. 
(Maps and charts. ) 

Newburg, Warrick county, Ind. 
(Maps anil charts.) 

Norwood, St. Lawrence comity, X. Y. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Nowata, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. 
(Maps and charts. ) 

Pry or Creek, Cherokee nation, Ind. 
T. (Maps and charts.) 

Red Fork, Creek nation, Ind. T. 
(Maps and charts.) 



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Sanborn-l'erris map co.. limited. New 
York : 

Rochester, Heaver county, Pa. (Maps 
and charts.) 
Stillwater, Washington county, Minn. 
Maps and charts.) 

Talala, Cherokee Nation, Ind. Ter. 
Maps and charts. ) 

Tiirrytown, including north Tarry- 
town. Westchester county, N. Y. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Warner, Brown county, S. Dak. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Warren, Huntington county, Ind. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Warren, including Newton Falls and 
Cortland, Trumbull county, Ohio. 
I Maps and charts.) 

Warsaw, Hancock county, 111. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Willow Lakes. Clark county, S. Dak. 
(Maps and charts. ) 
Saruent (Charles Sprague), Brookline, 
Mass. : 

Sargent (Charles Sprague). The 
silva of North America, v. 12. (Hooks : 
1.) 
Saxx music co.. Boston : 

"You, dear." Martin Saxx; Jere 
O'Halloran. (Music.) 
ichirmer (G. ), New York : 

Mountain hymn to the dawn. Mary 
Carmichael. (Music.) 
Stay me no more. Mary Carmichael. 
Music.) 
Sweetheart, sigh no more. Mary 
Carmichael. (Music.) 
Schlagintweit (Richard), St. Louis: 

" Calumet." (Drama.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston : 

18 very first studies for the violon- 
cello, with accompaniment of a 2d 
violoncello, ad lib. Carl Schroeder: 
op. 87, nos. 1-18. (Music.) 
Schrade (George), New York: 

Drill and tap-drill gauge chart, for 
machine screw taps. (Miscellaneous.) 
Schuberth (Edward) & co., New York: 
I give thee all, I can no more. Thomas 
Moore; P. A. Schnecker. (Music.) 
Scroll pnb. co., Chicago: 

Scroll publishing co.. comp. Ameri- 
can verse. (Books: 1.) 
Sheard (Charles) & co., London: 

Christmas bells. Arthur Spooner; 
Alfred Lee. (Music.) 
Shepard (Frank), Chicago: 

Shepard's national system of ad- 
hesive annotations ; supplement to vols. 
69 and 70, Connecticut decisions. 
(Books: 2.) 

vols. 84 and 85, Federal reporter de- 
cisions. (Books: 2.) 

vols. 38 and 39, Florida decisions. 
(Books: 2.) 



(Mu- 



3.) 

os: 2.) 
39 



Shepard (Frank ), Chicago: 

vols. 68 and 69, Minnesota decisions. 
(Books: 2.) 
Shinn (Warren), Woodstown, N. .1. : 

Pennsylvania (The) girl. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Short (Wm.F.,.jr.), Jacksonville, 111.: 
Short (William). Costigan's funeral, 
and other stories. (Books: 1.) 
Simmons (David), Detroit: 

Simmons's (David) instantaneous 
chronological time chart. (Books: 2.) 
Smead (Sue E.), U.S.: 

Sophocles. The Autigone of Sopho- 
cles. (Books: 1.) 
Smith (Llewellyn T.), U. S. : 

Children in God's covenant. Llewel- 
lyn T. Smith ; Edsou Page. (Music.) 
Snow (Alvin Lincoln), Spaulding, Iowa: 
Snow (Alviu Lincoln). Tales told in 
a country store, and accompanying 
verse. (Books: 1.) 
Spaulding (Geo. L.), New York : 
Quasiua(La.) J.E.Randolph 
sic.) 
Spencer (Osborn), U. S. : 

Receiving the news. (Books : 
Standard fashion co., New York : 

Ladies' basque, no. 4741. (Books: 
Ladies' princess costume, no. 4 
(Books: 2.) 
Ladies' waist, no. 4726. 
no. 4730. (Books: 2.) 
no. 4738. (Books: 2.) 
Stearns (D.M.), U.S.: 

Sunday (The) school. 
Mar. 26. ' (Books: 3.) 

9, Feb. 26. (Books : 

10, Mar. 6. (Books : 3. ) 

11, Mar. 12. (Books : 3.) 

12. Mar. 19 (Books : 3.) 

[2d quarter] Apr. 2. (Books 

Steele (Clarence T.), New York: 

Jing, jing, jing-a-iiug. C. T. Steele. 
.Music.) 
Stephens (Samuel), Norristown, Pa. : 

Ursiuus (The) college. Samuel 
Stephens. (Music.) 
Stern (Jos. W.) & co., New York: 

"Miss Clancy." Harry Braisted; 
Stanley Carter. (Music.) 
Stokes (Frederick A.) co.. New York: 

Black-eyed Susan. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints. ) 

Buccaneers (The) 
cuts, and prints.) 

Constitution and 
gravings. cuts, and prints.) 

Corinthian (A) crew. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints. ) 

Hull's victory. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

In Hampton Roads. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Lass (The) that loves a sailor. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 



(Books: 2.) 



Lesson 13, 



3.) 



3.) 



(E n gravings, 
Guerriere. (En- 



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Stokes (Frederick A.) co.,New York: 
My girl at Tompkinsville. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Signal (The) bridge. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Steersman's (The) song. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Three hshers. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Twelve (The) inch gun. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Stone (Edward P.), Lapeer, Mich. : 

[Stone, Edward P.] Make friends. 
(Books: 1.) 
Strand (Algot E.), Chicago: 

Nyrop "(Charles). The kiss and its 
history. (Books: 1.) 
Strauss (Edward E.) & co., Chicago: 
Uncle Sam is expanding, and so is E. 
E. Strauss & co.'s business. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 
Street & Smith, New York : 

Rowlands (Effie Adelaide). A king 
and a coward. (Books: 2.) 
Strobridge lithographing co., Cincinnati : 
First" part ( N . Y. , no. 8115) . 28 sheet. 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 
Swift & co., Chicago: 

"Fair maid." (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

"Summer." (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

"Winter.'' (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Talbot (Hiram S.), Chicago: 

Song of the first regiment, W. S. 
Needham. (Music.) 
Tarns (Arthur W. ), New York : 

Tell me, honey, do. Dan Packard; 
Andrew Le Roc. (Music.) 
Tanner (Fillmore), Spokane, Wash.: 

Souvenir calendar, illustrated. 
(Books: 2.) 
Tarbox (Charles Smith), Chicago: 

Jackson square. Charles Smith 
Tarbox. (Music.) 
Thompson (C.W.) & co., Boston: 

Argyll highbinders song. Anna Kent 
Carruth. (Music.) 

Challenge of the rose. Thomas 
Bailey Aldrich ; Florence Atherton 
Spalding. (Mnsic.) 
Thornton (William W.), Indianapolis: 
Thornton (William W). The govern- 
ment of the state of Indiana, (Books : 

Tiffany glass and decorating co., New 
York : 

Annunciation (The) and the educa- 
tion of the Virgin. (Fine arts.) 

"Charlemagne and Alcuin." (Fine 
arts.) 

Dolphin (A) fountain. (Fine arts.) 

"'Faithful (The) servant.' 7 nos. 1-2. 
(Fine arts.) 

"Resurrection (The) angel." (Fine 
arts.) 



i Tiffany glass and decorating co., New 
York : 

"St Augustine." (Fine arts.) 
Valiant (The) woman. (Fine arts J 
"Veritas." (Fine arts.) 
"Vision (The) of Dante." (Fine 
arts.) 

Vision (The) of the New Jerusalem. 
(Fine arts.) 
i Tindale (J.L.) & son, Buffalo: 

Search (The) light. Julia H. Haw- 
thorne. (Music.) 
Tretbar (Charles F.), New York: 

Six easy piano pieces, composed by 
S. Camillo Engel. nos. 1-6. (Music.) 
Trimmer (Charles McK.), Chicago: 

As the hart pants. Charles McK. 
Trimmer. (Music.) 

Emanuel. Charles McK. Trimmer. 
(Music.) 

Papa, be true to me. Charles McK. 
Trimmer. (Music.) 

Twilight musings. Charles McK. 
Trimmer. (Music.) 
Truth seeker co.. New York : 

Blue laws of Connecticut. (Books: 
1 1.) 
Tuttle (John 1,.), Denver: 

Bearded (The) monster. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
1 U. S. rubber co.. New York: 

"Seasons (The)." (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
United benevolent society, Atlanta : 

Benebts paid for partial and total 
disability. (Books: 2.) 
United States printing co., Cincinnati: 
It beats a circus, no. 3(503. (Chro- 
mos and lithographs.) 

Le Royle as Hopper. no. 3600. 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 

Lock (The) on the Seine, no. 3630. 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 

Our girls, no. 3551. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
Universal power co., Boston: 

Forces (The) in the ocean. (Books: 
2.) 
Universalist publishing house, Boston: 
Universalist (The) register, no. 64. 
1899. (Books: 1.) 
Vincent (Charles), England: 

Onward! Upward! Reginald B. 
Span; Hugh Blair. (Music) 
Walker (.John Brisben), [rvington, N. Y. : 
Humor page for Dec. 2.~>. L898. 
(Books: 3.^ 

Immediate page lor Dec. 25, 1898. 
(Books: 3.) 



Special page for Dec. 


25, 


1898. 


(Books: 3.) 






Timely page for 1 >cc. 


25. 




(Books: 






Woman's page tor Dee. 


25, 


1898. 


(Books: 3. \ 






Youth's page for Dec. 


25. 


L898. 


Books: ::.) 







153 



[NDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Walker (John Brisben), Irvmgton, N. V. : 
Walker (Wm, P.), Burlington, Vt. : 

Olympia waltzes. Wm. P. Walker. 

(Music.) 
Walton register co., Burlington, Vt. : 
Walton's Vermont register and busi- 
ness directory, for 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Weeden (W. S.), New York: 

From Bethlehem resounding. Flora 
Kirkland; W. S. Weeden. (Music.) 
White-Smith music pub. co., Boston: 
'•Gates (The) of giory." Wm. H. 
Gardner: A. C. Mackenzie. (Music.) 

Song (The) of the bugle. William 
H. Gardner; George Lowell Tracy. 
(Music.) 

Suwanee (The) shore. Richard Henry 
Buck; Adam Geibel. (Music.) 
Whitney (H. C.), U.S. : 

Style (The) of Lincoln. (Books: 3.) 
Willard (James EL), Philadelphia: 

White (Trumbull). Glimpses of the 
Orient. (Books: 1.) 
Williams (George C), St. Louis: 

Williams (George C.) The com- 
pounder. (Books: 1.) 
Williams (Joseph), London: 

Sonata. Florian Pascal. (Music.) 
Willig (Geo.) & co., Baltimore : 

Skaters (The). Johnson and Klip- 
per. (Music.) 
Windsormusic co., Chicago: 

Dashing cavalier. March. W. A. 
Corey. (Music .) 

Dolly Dean. Jas. O'Dea; Geo. 
Cantlie. (Music.) 

Only one daisy left. Anita Owen; 
Leon L. Doubt. (Music.) 

Picture (A) of my mother when a 
girl. Matie E. Bowen ; Arthur J. 
Lamb. (Music.) 

When 1 marry Miss Dina Lee. Billy 
Caldwell; H. 8. Line. (Music.) 
Winter & Pond, Juneau, Alaska: 

Bird's-eye view of Juneau, no. 396. 
(Photographs.) 
no. 400. (Photographs. ) 



Winter & Pond, .Juneau. Alaska : 

Juneau, Alaska, no. 398. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Witmark (M.) & sons. New York: 

In Gotham. Max Gabriel. (Music.) 
Jolly (The; musketeer lanciers. 
Frank W. Meacham. (Music.) 

Jolly (The) musketeer lanciers. Otto 
Langey. (Music.) 

Little (A) of everything. Frank W, 
Meacham. (Music.) 

Marie. Eduard Hoist. (Music.) 
Martha. Eduard Hoist. (Music.) 
Violette. Eduard Hoist. (Music.) 
Yankee notion. Jack Archer. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Wolf & co.. Philadelphia: 

"Bevy (The)." (Chromos and lith- 
ographs.) 

"Jolly (A) good fellow.'' (Chromos 
and lithographs. ) 
Woods (Frances Armstrong), Chicago: 
Kiss your mamrn' good night. Frances 
Armstrong Woods. (Music.) 
Wrenn (B. W.), Savannah, Ga. : 

Scenes in Florida. (Books: 1.) 
Wright (Leonard), Oriole, Pa: 

Wright (L. ) Directions for studying 
every- clay words. (Books: 2.) 
Wyoming valley guide co., Wilkes-Barre : 
Scranton, Pa. Jan., 1899. (Maps 
and charts.) 
Yeats (S. Levett), England: 

Yeats (S. Levett)." The heart of De- 
nise and other tales. (Books: 1.) 
Young (Alonza Potter), Philadelphia: 
Kris Kringle discovered. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Kris Kringle's visit. (Photographs.) 
Young (R. Y.), New York: 

After a visit of old Santa Clans. 
(Photographs.) 

Bright sunny days (The) of child- 
hood. (Photographs.) 

In the daisy field. (Photographs.) 
Sunset on the bay. (Photographs.) 
Young (A) matron. (Photographs.) 



m 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 

Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE EEGISTEE OF COPYRIGHTS, TIER ART 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. G, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS EEEN COM- 
PLETED EY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 18, no. 4. 
Whole 110. 395— January 26, 1899, 



CONTENTS 



I. Books: . Page. 

(1) Books proper 157 

(2) Miscellaneous 165 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 167 
II. Deamatic Compositions 170 

1H. Periodicals 170 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 
tions of Music 174 

V. Maps and Charts 186 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 187 



Page. 

VH. Chromos and Lithographs 190 

VULL. Photographs 190 

IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
"deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or designs intended 
to be perfected as works of the fine 

arts) 193 

X. Index op Copyright Proprietors.. 194 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1899. 



[EXPLANATION. — The titles are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as shown in 
the table of contents, and are followed by one index of copyright proprietors.] 

I. BOOKS.-(l) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music Trill be found under " IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) The titles in this chapter are 
prepared by the Catalogue Department, Library of Congress. 



Authors. 

Abbott, Jacob. 

Heat . . . Ne^t York and London, 
Harper & bros., 1899. 306 pp. illns. 
12°. (Science for the young, v. 1.) 

235 

Copyrigbt by Lyman Abbott and 

Edward Abbott, Boston. 1899, no. 

2337, Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Alcott, Louisa M [ay] 

Little men: Life at Plumfield with 
Jo's boys . . . Boston, Little, Brown 
& co., 1899 [1898] 3 p. 1., 376 pp., pi. 
' 16°. 236 

Copyrigbt by John S. P. Alcott, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 75642, Dec. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 
American bureau of shipping. N&io York. 
. . . Record of American and foreign 
shipping, New York . . . 1899. New 
York, Amer. bureau of shipping [1898] 
sq. 8° 237 

Accompanied by Supplement, no. 1, 1899. 
Copyright by Amer. bureau of ship- 
ping, New York. 1898, no. 72569, Dec. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 19, 1899. 

The American year-book of medicine and 
surgery ; being a yearly digest of scien- 
tific progress ... in all branches of 
medicine and surgery . . . collected 
and arranged . . . under the general 
editorial charge of George M. Gould . . . 
[1899] Philadelphia, W. B. Saun- 
ders, 1899. illus.pl. 4°. 238 
Copyright by W. B. Saunders, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 2276, Jan. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 20, 1899. 

Appleton, John Howard. 

The metals of the chemist; an ele- 
mentary text-book for schools and 
colleges. 3d. ed. Providence, Snow 
& Farnham, 1899. 2 p. 1., 273, [1] pp. 
iilus. 8°. 239 

Copyright by John Howard Apple- 
ton, Providence. 1898, no. 74879, Dec. 
22; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Ball, T[imothy] H[orton] 

The home of the redeemed and other 
discourses. Crown Point, Ind., 

Register print, 1899 [1898] 200 pp. 
port. 12°. 240 

Copyright by T. H. Ball, Crown Point, 
Ind. 1898.no. 76430, Dec. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Baumbach (Rudolf). 

Nicotiana und andere erzahlungen. 
With notes and a vocabulary by Wil- 
helm Bernhardt. 12 c . Boston, D. C. 
Heath & co., 1898. (Heath's modern lan- 
guage series.) 241 
Copyright by Wilheim Bernhardt, 
Washington. 1898, no. 15408,* Mar. 4; 
2 copies"rec'd Mar. 3, 1898. 

[Bayly, Ada Ellen] 

Hope, the hermit; a novel by Edna 
Lyall [pseud.] New York, Loudon 
[etc.], Longmans, Green & co., 1898. 4 
p. 1., 412 pp. 12°. 242 

Copyright by Longmans, Green & 
co., New York. 1897, no. 73189, Dec. 28 ; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 3, 1898. 

Benson, Louis F. ed. 

The best church hymns . . . Phila- 
delphia, The Westminster press, 1898. 
xxxii, 58 pp. 16°. 243 

Copyright by the trustees of the 
Presbyterian board of publication and 
Sabbath-school work. 1898, no. 62441, 
Oct. 24; 2 copies rec'd Jan 17, 1899. 

Boyer, Joseph A. 

Boyer's legal directory of the United 
States and Canada . . . January, 1899. 
Philadelphia, J. A. Boyer [1898] 8°. 

244 
Copyright by Joseph A.. Boyer, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 71379, Dec. 8 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Brain, Belle M. 

The transformation of Hawaii; how 
American missionaries gave a Christian 
nation to the world, told by young 

157 



158 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Brain, Belle M — Continued, 
people. New York, Chicago [etc.], 
F. H. Eevell co. [1898 J 193 pp. pi. 12°. 

245 
Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 2277, Jan. 4; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
The Bryant & Stratton business college 
Chicago. 

Comprehensive treatise on the sub- 
ject of business education. Chicago, 
The Bryant & Stratton business col- 
" lege, 1898. 1 p. I., 110 pp. illus. 8°. 

246 
Copyright by H. W. Bryant, Chicago. 
1898, no. 60940, Oct. 17: 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1899. 

[Prospectus of night school, 1899] 

Chicago, The Bryant & Stratton busi- 
ness college, 1898. 8°. 247 

Copyright by H. W. Bryant, Chicago. 
1898, no. 60942, Oct. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1899. 

[Prospectus, 43d year 1899] Chi- 
cago, The Bryant <fc Stratton business 
college, 1898. 8°. 248 

Copyright by H. W. Bryant, Chicago. 
1898, no. 60941, Oct. 17; '2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1899. 
Bullinger, Edwin W. 

Bullinger's postal and shippers guide 
for the United States and Canada . . . 
Ed. of January, 1899 . . . New York, 
E. W. Ballinger, 1899. 4°. 249 | 

Copyright by Edwin W. Bullinger, 
New York. 1899, no. 49, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies j 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

. . . The mercantile agency special ] 

edition of Bullinger's postal and ship- 
pers guide for the United States and j 
Canada . . . Ed. of January, 1899 . . . 
New York, E. W. Bullinger, 1899. 4°. | 

250 
Copyright by Edwin W. Bullinger, 
New York. 1899, no. 50, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 
[Bushell, Stephen W.] 

[Oriental ceramic art, illustrated by 
examples from the collection of W. T. 
Walters. Text and notes by S. W. 
Bushell. New York, D. Appleton & 
co., 1898] Section 9-10. illus. pi. fol. 

251 
Edition limited to 500 copies. 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 1896, no. 70940, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd May 16, 1898. 
Buttrick, Jane F. 

A manual of primary lessons. Pots- 
dam, N. Y., E. Fay & sons, 1898. 38 pp. 
8°. 252 

Copyright by Jane F. Buttrick, Pots- 
dam, N. Y. 1898, no. 75875, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



Authors— Continued. 

Campbell, D. A. reporter. 

Nebraska. Supreme court. Reports of 
cases . . . v.52. 1898. 

Carpenter, Edmund Janes. 

America in Hawaii; a history of 
United States influence in the Hawaiian 
islands. Boston, Small, Mavnard & 
co., 1899 [1898] xi, 275 pp. port. 12°. 

253 
Copyright by Small, Maynard & co., 
Boston . 1898, no. 75880, Dec. 27 ^cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. 

Don Quixote de la Mancha; trans- 
lated by H. E. Watts, with a critical 
and biographical introduction by J. 
O'Connor [Aldine ed.] New York, 
D. Appleton & co., 1898. 2 v. pi. 
port. 8°. (The world's great books.) 

254, 255 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 1898, nos. 35306, 35307, June 8 ; 2 
copies rec'd June 14, 1898. 

Cicero, [Marcus Tullius] B. C. 106-43. 

Selections from the correspondence 
of Cicero; edited for sight reading by 
J. C. Kirtland, jr. New York, Cin- 
cinnati, [etc.] Amer. bk. co. [1898] 
103 pp. 12°. " 256 

Copyright by J. C. Kirtland, jr., Exe- 
ter, N. H. 1898, no. 55739, Sept. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 19, 1899. 

The [Cincinnati] enquirer almanac . . . 
1899. . . quarterly ... v. 4, no. 1. 
Cincinnati, The enquirer co , 1899. 8°. 

257 
Copyright by William M. Bell, Web- 
ster Grove, Mo. 1899, no. 91, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Coates, Jacob B. 

Shall America rule? Strictly private, 
for bankers only ; England vs. America ; 
or, The trap which caught the gold 
leaders of both the republican and 
democratic parties. [Philadelphia?] 
1896. 1 p. 1., 20 pp., 11. 16°. 258 

Copyright by Jacob B. Coates, Phila- 
delphia. 1896, no. 41299, July 15; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

The Courier-journal almanac for 1899. . . 
v. 2, no. 1, January, 1899. Published 
quarterly. Louisville, Ky., The 

Louisville courier- journal co., 1899 
[1898] 12°. 259 

Copyright by Robt. O. Law, Ham- 
mond, Ind. 1898, no. 75226, Dec. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Crandall, C[harles] L[ee] 

The transition curve by offsets and 
by deflection angles. 2d. ed., rev. and 
enl. 1st. thousand. New York and 



159 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Crandall, C[harles] L[ee] — Continued. 
London, J. Wiley & sons, 1899. vi, 
99 pp. 16°. 260 

Copyright by C. L. Crandall, Ithaca, 
N. Y. 1899, no. 2290, Jan 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 14, 1899. 

Crane, Julia Ettie. 

Music teacher's manual. Potsdam, 
N. Y., E. Fay & sons, 1898. 96 pp. 8°. 

261 
Copyright by Julia E. Crane, Potts- 
dam, N. Y. 1898, no. 49551, Aug. 24; 1 
copy rec'd Oct. 10, 1898; 1 copy rec'd 
Jan. 9, 1899. 

Cumings, M[errick] 

The auctioneer's manual . . . Chi- 
cago, M. Cumings, [1898] 100 pp. 12°. 

262 
Copyright bv Merrick Cumings, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 63033, Oct. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Cuyler, Theodore Ledyard. 

365 stray leaves from under the ca- 
talpa [compiled by Elizabeth W. M. I 
Aten] New York, The evangelist 
press, 1899. [99 J pp. illus. 8°. 263 | 

Copyright by Elizabeth W. M. Aten, 
Brooklyn. 1899, no. 2291, Jan. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Daudet, Alphonse. 

The works of Alphonse Daudet. 
[Limited ed. v. 1-2. ] Boston, Little, 
Brown & co., 1898. pi. 8°. 264, 265 
Contents. 

v. 1-2. The nabob; translated by G. B. 
Ives with an introduction by B. Matthews. 
Illus. by L. Rossi. 

Copyright by Little, Brown &. co., 
Boston. 1899, nos. 10, 11, Jan. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Davis, Charles G. 

How to build a shipjack, from de- 
signs by C. G. Davis. . . . New York 
& London, The Rudder pub. co., 1898. 
[18] pp. illus. pi. fol. 266 

Reprinted from The rudder. 

Copyright by The Rudder pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 59835, Oct. 11 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 24, 1899. 

De Schweinitz, G[eorge] E. 

Diseases of the eye. A handbook of 
ophthalmic practice, for students and 
practitioners ... 3d ed., thoroughly 
revised. Philadelphia, W. B. Saun- 
ders, 1899. 696 pp. illus. pi. 8 C . 

267 

Copyright by W. B. Saunders, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 2274, Jan. 4; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

The Detroit society address book . . . 
1899-1900. Detroit & Buffalo, Dau 
pub. co., 1899. 16°. 268 

Copyright by Dau pub. co., Buffalo. 
1898, no. 75947, Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 16, 1899. 

Drummond, Henry, 1852-1897. 

Addresses. Chicago, The Bible in- 
stitute colportage assoc. [1898.] 122 
pp. 12°. (The colportage library, v. 
4, no. 67.) 269 

Contents. 

The changed life, the greatest need of the 
world, p. 82. 
Dealing with doubt, p. 113. 
First. An address to boys. p. 70. 
Lessons from the angelus. p. 35. 
Love, the greatest thing in the world, p. 7. 
Pax vobiscuni . p. 44. 

Copyright by Bible institute colpor- 
tage assoc, Chicago. 1898, no. 61605, 
Oct. 20 ; 2 copies rec'd Nov. 9, 1898. 

Dun, R. G. & co. 

See Bullinger, Edwin W. The mer- 
cantile agency . . . 1899. 

Ellingwood, Finley. 

A treatise on therapeutics and ma- 
teria medica; with reference to the 
most direct action of drugs as devel- 
oped by the eclectic physicians of the 
United States. [Pt. 1.] With a con- 
densed consideration of pharmacy and 
pharmacognosy. By ... J. U. Lloyd. 
Chicago, The author. [1898.] 8°. 270 

Copyright by Finley Ellingwood, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 56922, Sept. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

The Enquirer almanac. 

See The [Cincinnati] enquirer alma- 
nac. 

Eutropius. 

Eutropius; edited for school use by 
J. C. Hazzard. New York, Cincin- 
nati [etc.] American bk. co. [1898] 
243 pp. map. 12°. " 271 

Copyright bv J. C. Hazzard, Portland, 
Oreg. 1898, "no. 48007, Aug. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 10, 1898. 



Fassett, James H. 

Colonial life in New Hampshire. 
Boston, Ginn & co., 1899 [1898] iv pp. 
2 1., 145 pp. illus. pi. port. 12°. 

272 
Copyright by James H. Fassett, 
Nashua, N. H. 1898, no. 75172, Dec. 23 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 24, 1899. 



160 

BOOKS (PROPER) -Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Fennell, Gerald M. 

The essence of all wealth. New 
York, H. B. Whelpley, 1898. 28 pp. 
illus. 16°. 273 i 

Copyright by Gerald M. Fennell, 
Great Britain. 1898, no. 75162, Dec. 
23; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Fletcher, Robert Howe. 

Ten drawings in Chinatown, by E. C. 
Peixotto. With certain observations 
by R. H. Fletcher. San Francisco, 
A. M. Robertson [1898] 3 p. 1., 18 numb. 
1. 10 pi, fol. • 274 

No. 258 of a limited edition of 750 copies. 

Copyright by Robert Howe Fletcher, 
San Francisco. 1898, no. 66430, Nor. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Foote, Ella Woodward. 

Poems. Oakland, Cal., G. A. Kel- 
ley, 1898. 4 p. 1., 40 numb. 1. 2 1. 
12°. 275 

Copyright by Mrs. Ella Woodward I 
Foote, Helena, Mont. 1898, no. 56261, ! 
Sept. 26; 2 copies rec'd Nov. 10, 1898. 

Fowler, Robert Ludlow, comp. 

The real property law of the state of 
New York; being chapter forty-six of j 
the general laws (passed May 12, 1896; 
chapter 547, laws of 1896) with all the 
amendments thereto . . . New York, 
Baker, Voorkis & co., 1899. xxvi, 840 | 
pp. 8°. 276 [ 

Copyright by Robert Ludlow Fow- ' 
ler, New York. 1899, no. 2285, Jan. 4; ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Friedman, B [ear] L. 

Koroth yeshunm. Contains the his- i 
tory of the Jews from the time of the ! 
first exile up to the present, v. 1 ... j 
By D.A. (B. L.) Friedman. [Hebrew 
text.] New York, A. Ferneburg, 

1898. 8°. 277 

Contents. 
v. 1. From the first exile tile the death of j 
"King Alexander Janas. Written in pure 
biblical language and style. 

Copyright by D. A. Friedman, ! 
Rochester, N. Y. 1898, no. 47666, Aug. I 
12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 20, 1899. 
Friedman, D. A. 

See Friedman, B[ear] L. 
Fyffe, John L. 

Grist . . . [grain manual of] Sny- 



dacker, Fyffe & co., Chicago. 



[Chicago, Bartels & co., 1898] 
1 1. 24° 



Copyright by Colin C. 
Chicago. 1898, no. 60277, 
copies rec'd Dec. 19, 1898. 



58 pp. 
278 
H. Fyffe, 
Oct. 13; 2 



Authors — Continued. 

Gabriel, pseud. 

See Hingston, James. 

Gaidzakian, Ohan. 

Illustrated Armenia and the Armen- 
ians. Boston, 1898. 256 pp. pi. port. 
12 c 279 

Copyright by Byzant H. Aznive, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no." 67680, Nov. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 21, 1898. 

Gibbs, William E. 

Lighting by acetylene, generators, 
burners, and electric furnaces. 2d ed. 
rev. and enl. New York & London, 
D. Van Nostrand co., 1899 [1898] ix, 
161 pp. illus. 12° 280 

Copyright by D. Van Nostrand co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74354, Dec. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Gielow, Martha S. (Mrs. Henry J. Gie- 
low.) 

Mammy's reminiscences and other 
sketches. New York, A. S. Barnes & 
Co , 1898. ix pp., 2 1., 109 pp. illus. 
8° 281 

Copyright by A. S. Barnes & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 2279, Jan. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Gould, George M. ed. 

See The American year-book of med- 
icine and surgery. 

Grand Rapids herald almanac for 1899. 
. . . Published quarterly, v. 1, no. 1, 
January, 1899. Grand Rapids, The 
Grand Rapids herald co., 1899 [1898] 
12° 282 

Copyright by Robt. O. Law, Ham- 
mond, Ind. 1898, no. 75231, Dec. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Gross, Samuel Eberly. 

The merchant prince of Cornville; a 
comedy . . . Chicago, R. R. Don- 
nelley & sons co. [1896] 168 pp. 8°. 

283 
Copyright by Samuel Eberly Gross, 
Chicago. 1896, no. 59224, Oct. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 19, 1899. 

Hartfield telegraphic code publishing 
company, comp. 

See Hentz, H[enry] & co. New York. 
Private cypher code . . . 1898. 

See Lehman brothers. New York. 

Private cable code ... 2 v. 1898. 

Hentz, H[enry] & co. New York. 

Private cypher code . . . Compiled 
. . . by Hartfield telegraphic code pub- 
lishing company. New York, Hart- j 



161 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Hentz, H[enry] & co. New YorTc — Con- 
tinued, 
field telegraphic code pub. co., 1898. 
[3], v, 520 pp. 4°. 284 j 

Copyright by Hartfield telegraphic | 
code pub. co., New York. 1899, no. 93, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Hermann, Arthur L. 

Inductive master method; German I 
for educated Americans, with or with- j 
out teacher . . . [Lessons 1-62. Pts. j 
1-4.] Minneapolis, A. L. Hermann, 
1898. 4°. 285-288 j 

Copyright by Arthur L. Hermann, 
Minneapolis. 1898, pt. 1. no. 67620, Nov. 
19; pt. 2, no. 69206, Nov. 28; pt. 3, no. | 
70912, Dec. 6; pt. 4, no. 72248, Dec. 12; 2 
copies each rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Hingston, James. 

Gospel of the stars ; or, wonders of 
astrology, by Gabriel [pseud.] with 
introduction by G. H. Hepworth. 
New York, Continental pub. co., 1899. 
194 pp. illus. 12°. 289 

Copyright by Continental pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 2289, Jan. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 17, 1899. 

Hollingsworth, Jonathan Erskine. 

A vision seen by Jonathan Erskine 
Hollingsworth, and transcribed with 
his own hand in the eleventh month of 
the year of our Lord one thousand 
eight hundred and ninety-two. In- 
dianapolis, Eldorado pub. co., 1898. 
56 pp. illus. 12°. 290 

Copyright by Eldorado pub. co., In- 
dianapolis. 1898, no. 54700, Sept. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Holmes, Clara H. 

Floating fancies among the weird 
and the occult. London and New 
York, F. T. Neely [1898] 248 pp. 12°. 
(Neely's universal library, v. 37.) 291 

Copvright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1898, no. 64849, Nov. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 15, 1898. 

Holmes, Mary J[ane Hawes] 

Marian Grey; or, The heiress of Red- 
stone hall. New York, G. W. Dilling- 
ham co., 1899 [1898] 366 pp. 12°. 

292 
Copyright by Mrs. Marv J. Holmes, 
Brockport, N. Y. 1898, no'. 74016, Dec. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 23, 1899. 

Hull, George S. 

Electro-horticulture. New York, 
The Knickerbocker press [1898] 3 p. 
1., 45 pp. 12°. 293 

Copyright bv George S. Hull, Pasa- 
dena, Cal. 1898, no. 74652, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 18, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Illinois. Supreme court. 

Reports of cases at law and in chan- 
cery argued and determined in the 
supreme court of Illinois, v. 174 . . . 
I. N. Phillips, reporter. Springfield, 
1899. 8°. 294 

Copvright by Isaac Newton Phillips, 
Bloomington, 111. 1898, no. 75487, Dec. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 21, 1899. 

Johnston. S[tanfield] H. 

Johnston's pocket interpreter (Span- 
ish-English). Un interprete de bo- 
sillo (ingles-espanol). [New York, 

E. R. Jungling, 1898] 2 p. 1., 113 pp. 
16 c . 295 

Copyright by S. H. Johnston, Colum- 
bus, Ga. 1898, no. 73287, Dec. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 

Kent, J[ames] T. 

. . . Repertory of the homeopathic 

materia medica. Lancaster, Pa., 

Examiner print, house, 1899. 4°. 296 

Contents. 
Chest and back. 

Copyright by James Tyler Kent, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 2527, Jan. 5; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 10^ 1899. 

Kimball, D[uran] 

Business shorthand; presenting a 
method of swift writing for the use of 
amanuenses and reporters in accord- 
ance with the principles of Lindsley's 
Takigrafy . . . Chicago, D. Kimball, 
1898. 159 pp. 12°. 297 

Copvright by D. Kimball, Chicago. 
1898, no. 41431, July 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 20, 1899. 

The lawyers reports annotated. 

Index to notes and briefs, vols. 1 to 
40. Lawyers reports annotated. 
Rochester, N. Y., The Lawyers' cooper- 
ative pub. co. [1898] 2 p. 1., clxxiv 
pp. 8°. 298 

Copyright by The Lawyers' cooper- 
ative pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 1898, 
no. 73097, Dec. 15; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 
28, 1898. 

The lawyers reports annotated, book 41 ; 
all current cases of general value and 
importance with full annotation. B. 
A. Rich, editor, and H. P. Farnham, 
asst. Rochester, N. Y., The Lawyers' 
cooperative pub. co., 1898. 8°. 299 

Copyright by The Lawyers' cooper- 
ative pub. co., Rochester. 1899, no. 71, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Lehman brothers. New York. 

Private cable code . . . Compiled for 
their special use by Hartfield tele- 
graphic code publishing company. 



162 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Lehman brothers. New York — Cont'd. 
New York, Hartfield telegraphic code 
pub. co., 1898. 2 v. 4°. 300,301 

Copyright by Hartfield telegraphic 
code pub. co., New York. 1899, nos. 
94, 95, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 2, 
1899. 

Leiter, Katheryne. 

" Eeal life " stories for boys and girls. 
London and New York, F. T. Neely 
[1898] 88 pp. 12°. 302 

Contents. 
Anna's "real" puppy, p. 67. 
Boy kidnaped by the Indians, p. 11. 
Kitty's tea party, p. 85. 
Mr. and Mrs. Sparrow, p. 79. 
Trials of a newsboy, p. 41. 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1898, no. 74659, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Longfellow, Henry W [ads worth] 

The song of Hiawatha; with an in- 
troduction and notes by E. E. Hale, jr. ! 
New York, Boston [etc.] University I 
pub. co. [1898] xxiv, 167 pp. illus. 
12°. (Standard literature series, no. | 
37.) 303 

Copyright by University pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 73, Jan. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

i 
Lvall, Edna, pseud. 

See [Bayly, Ada Ellen] 

Macbride [Thomas H.] 

A key to the more common species j 
of native and cultivated plants occur- 
ring in the northern United States; to 
accompany Macbride's lessons in hot- 
any. Boston, Allyn & Bacon [1898] i 
iii, 223-326 pp. 16°. 304 

Copyright by Thomas H. Macbride, | 
Iowa City, Iowa. 1898, no. 75486, Dec. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 21, 1899. 

Malone, Alba. 

Drifting. Cincinnati, The Editor 
pub. co., 1898. 16 1. illus. obi. 32°. j 

305 
Copyright by Editor pub co., Cin- ; 
cinnati. 1898, no. 63772, Oct. 31 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 31, 1898. 

Manahan, C[harles] F. comp. 

The wholesale furniture trade and 

kindred lines of Chicago [21st ed.], 

1899. Chicago, Raabe printing co., 

1898. 24°. 306 

A classified directory. 

Copyright by C. F. Manahan, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 72898, Dec. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 23, 1899. 



A uthors — Continued. 

[Marsh, L. Gardner.] 

Story of Abraham Lincoln. Buffalo, 
N. Y., and Chicago, The Wyatt co. 
[1899] 16 pp. 8°. (Biographical se- 
ries, no. 2.) 307 

Copyright by The Wyatt co., Chicago. 
1899, no. 2514, Jan. 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 9, 1899. 

Morgan, Vyrnwy. 

The Cambro-American pulpit. New- 
York and London, Funk & Wagnalls 
co., 1898. xviii, 595 pp. pi. port. 
12°. 308 

Copyright by Funk & Wagnalls co., 
New York. 1898, no. 71429," Dec. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 24, 1899. 

Nash, E[ugene] B. 

Leaders in homoeopathic therapeu- 
tics. Philadelphia, Boericke & Tafel, 
1899. [1898] 6, 5-381 pp. 8°. 309 

Copyright by Boericke & Tafel, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 71880, Dec. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 19, 1899. 
Nebraska. Supreme court. 

Reports of cases . . . January and 
September terms, 1897. v. 52. D. A. 
Campbell, official reporter. Lincoln, 
Nebr., State journal co., 1898. 8°. 310 

Copyright by D. A. Campbell, Lin- 
coln, Nebr. 1899, no. 72, Jan. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 
The New York clipper annual for 1899, 
containing theatrical and sporting 
chronologies for 1898 . . .and best per- 
formances in all departments of sport. 
New York, The F. Queen pub. co., 1899, 
[1898] illus. 8°. 311 

Copyright by The Frank Queen pub. 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 69672, 
Nov. 30; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

The New York quarterly of the New York 
press company. Almanac edition for 
1899 ... v. 2, no. 1, January, 1899. 
New York, the New York press co., 
1899. 12 . 312 

Copyright by Robert O. Law, Ham- 
mond, Ind. 1898, no. 75229, Dec. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 
Peixotto, Ernest C. illustrator. 

Fletcher, Robert H. Ten drawings 
in Chinatown . . . with certain ob- 
servations. [1898] 
Penney, L[izzie] 

Buttercups and daisies. New York, 
J. B. Dunn, 1898. 72 pp. illus. 16 c . 

313 
Copyright by James B. Dunn, New 
York. 1898, no. 57481, Sept. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 13, 1898. 



163 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Author 8 — Continued. 

Penney, L[izzie] 

Clever little people. Xew York, 
J. B. Dunn, 1898. 72 pp. illus. 16°. 

314 

Copyright bv James B. Dunn, New 
York. 1898. no. 57480, Sept, 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 13. 1898. 



Grain for little gleaners. 
72 pp. 



Xew 
illus. 
315 



p. 1., 172 pp. 



York, J. B. Dunn, 1898. 
16 c . 

Copyright by James B. Dunn, Xew 
York. " 1898. no. 57478. Sept. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

Home stories for little folks. New 

York, J. B. Dunn, 1898. 72 pp. illus. 
16 c . 316 I 

Copyright by James B. Dunn, Xew j 
York. " 1898, no! 57477. Sept. 29; 2 copies ; 
rec'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

Stories of little heroes. Xew York, 

J. B. Dunn, 1898. 72 pp. illus. 16-. 

317 
Copyright by James B. Dunn, Xew 
York. "1898, no ."57479, Sept. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

Wee girls and boys. Xew York, i 

J. B. Dunn, 1898. 72 pp. illus. 16°. 

318 j 

Copyright by James B. Dunn, New i 

York. 1898, no. 57482, Sept. 29 ; 2 copies : 
rec'd Dec. 13, 1898. 

Perry, H. M. 

Repairs of railway car equipment 
with prices of labor and material. A 
reference book for railway officials . . . 
Chicago, The Railway age. 1899. 2 \ 



;i9 



Copyright by H. M. Perry, Chicago. 

1898, no. 75185, Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 12, 1899. 

The Philadelphia inquirer almanac and 
universal encyclopedia for 1899 . . . 
quarterly ... v. 2, no. 1, January, 

1899. "Philadelphia. The Philadel- 
phia inquirer, 1899. 12°. 320 

Copyright by Robt. O. Law, Ham- 
mond, Ind. 1898, no. 75232, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Phillips, Isaac Xewton. reporter. 

Illinois. Supreme court. Reports of 
cases ... v. 174. 

Polk, R. L. & co. 

. . . R. L. Polk & co.'s Spokane city 
directory, 1899 . . . 10th year. Spo- 
kane, R.L. Polk & co. [1898] 8°. 321 

Copyright by R. L. Polk & co., De- 
troit. 1898, no. 72251, Dec. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 23, 1899. 



A u thor8 — Continued . 

Power, John of North Dakota. 

Missouri and Mouse river brand book, 
Xorth Dakota, [n.p.] 1898. 45 pp. 
24°. 322 

Copyright by John Power, Donny- 
brook, X. Dak. 1898, no. 60267, Oct 13 ; 
1 copy rec'd Jan. 16, 1899; 1 copy rec'd 
Oct. 14, 1898. 

Rayburn, Emma Overman, and Diehl, 
Isabel O. 

Christmas offering, 1898. Paxton, 
111., 1898. [28 pp.] 12°. 323 

Copyright by Emma Overman Ray- 
burn, Paxton, 111. 1898, no. 74675, Dec. 
21; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Rayner, Isidor. 

" Speeches and addresses. Balti- 

more and Xew York, J. Murphy & co., 
1899. 3 p. 1., 318 pp. 12°. 324 

Copyright by Isidor Ravner, Balti- 
more. 1899, no. 2288, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 20, 1899. 

Realf, Richard. 

Poems . . . with a memoir by R. J. 
Hinton. Xew York and London, 

Funk & YYagnalls co., 1898. cxiii pp., 
11., 232 pp. pi. port. 12°. 325 

Copyright by Funk & Wagnalls co., 
Xew York. 1898, no. 68198, Xov.22: 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 20, 1899. 

Reliable incubator and brooder co. 
Quincy, III. 

Fourteenth annual guide and com- 
bined catalogues . . . Quincy, 111., 
Reliable incubator and brooder co., 
1899 [1898] illus. 12°. 326 

Copyright by Reliable incubator and 
brooder co., Quincy, 111. 1898, no. 74894, 
Dec. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Remington, Frederic. 

Sundown Leflare . . . Xew York 
and London, Harper & bros., 1899. vii, 
114 pp., 11. pi. 12°. 327 

Copyright bv Harper & bros.. Xew 
York. 1899, no. 2270, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 18, 1899. 

Rich, Burdett A. ed. 

See The lawyers reports annotated, 
book 41. 1898. 

Riddle, W. X. 

The book of supposition. It treats 
on the law as it stands by faith, and 
bv sin . . . [Crowley, Tex., W. X. 
Riddle f] 1898. 47 pp. 8°. 328 

Copyright by W. X. Riddle, Crowley, 
Tex. "1898, no. 75501, Dec. 24; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 24, 1899. 



164 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

The Salt Lake tribune almanac, 1899. 
. . . Salt Lake City, Tribune print, 
1899. 12°. 329 

Copyright bv Robt. O. Law, Ham- 
mond, Ind. 1898, no. 75228, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

San Francisco chronicle almanac and po- 
litical and commercial statistician for 
1899 . . . quarterly ... v. 2, no. 5, 
January, 1899. San Francisco, The San 
Francisco chronicle, 1899. 12°. 330 
Copyright by Robt. O. Law, Ham- 
mond, Ind. 1898, no. 75230, Dec. 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Savary, John. 

Poems of expansion. New York and 
London, F. T. Neely [1898] 129 pp. 
12°. 331 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1898, no. 75181, Dec. 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Schwartz, Dupee & co. Chicago. 

Order code . . . New York, Hart- 
field telegraphic code pub. co., 1898. 
2 p. 1., 72 pp. obi. 32°. 332 

Copyright by Hartfield telegraphic 
code pub. co., New York. 1899, no. 96, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Schweinitz, George E. de. 

See De Schweinitz, George E. 

Shepard, Frank comp. 

Shepard's citations to the American 
and English encyclopaedia of law . . . 
Chicago, F. Shepard, 1889 [1898] 1 p. 
1., 177 numb. 1. 8°. 333 

Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77348, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Sommerfeld, Rose. 

The elite Hebrew directory, or visit- 
ing register [of Baltimore] for the 
year 1899 . . . Baltimore, P. E. 
Crowl &, co., 1899. 12°. 334 

Copyright by Pearre E. Crowl & co., 
Baltimore. 1898, no. 35095, June 8; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 23, 1899. 

Stedman, Thomas L. ed. 

Twentieth century practice: an in- 
ternational encyclopedia of modern 
medical science l>y leading authorities 
of Europe and America . . . v. 17 . . . 
New York, W. Wood & co., 1898. 8°. 

335 
Contents. 
v. 17. Infectious diseases and malignant 
new growths. 

Copyright by William Wood & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76407, Dec. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

| Stetson, W. W. 

History and civil government of 
Maine . . . and the government of the 
United States, by B. A. Hinsdale. Chi- 
cago, New Y^ork [etc.] Werner school 
bk. co. [1898] 340 pp. illus. 12°. 
(State government series, v. 6) 336 

Copvright by Werner school bk. co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 72158, Dec. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 18, 1899. 

Story of Abraham Lincoln [1899] 
See [Marsh, L. Gardner] 

I Suffield, Brice. 

Composition and office of conscience. 
A plain, practical explanation of the 
operation of conscience, and its influ- 
ence upon the individual and the na- 
tion. Danville, 111., B. Suffield, 1898. 
16 pp. illus. fol. 337 

Copyright by Brice Suffield, Dan- 
ville, 111. 1898, no. 71592, Dec. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 19, 1899. 

Text -books of religion for parochial and 
Sunday schools. 
See [Yorke, Peter C. ed.~] 

Thackeray, William Makepeace. 

[The works of William Makepeace 
Thackeray; with biographical intro- 
ductions by his daughter, Anne Ritchie 
... v. 10. (The biographical ed.)] 
New York & London, Harper & bros., 
1899. illus. pi. port. 8°. 338 

Contents. 
v. 10. The Virginians . . . 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 2255, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 18, 1899. 

Thompson, Charles N. 

A treatise on the law of building 
and loan associations, with forms. 2d 
ed. Chicago, Callaghan & co., 1899. 
lxxvi, 832 pp. 8°. 339 

Copyright by Callaghan & co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 75, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Thornton, E. Quin. 

The medical news pocket formulary 
for 1899. Philadelphia & New York, 
Lea bros. & co., 1899. 16 c . 340 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 77, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

United States. Interstate commerce com- 
mission. 

Interstate commerce reports, v. 7. 
Decisions . . . September, 1896, to 
May, 1898. Reported by the commis- 



165 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors— Continued. 

United States. Interstate commerce com- 
mission—Continued. 
sion. Rochester, N. Y., The Lawyers' 
cooperative pub. co., 1898. 8°. 341 

Copyright by The Lawyers' coopera- 
tive pub. co., Rochester. 1898, no. 
43630, July 21; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 10, 
1898. 

Walker, Francis A[masa] 

Discussions in education; edited by 
J. P. Munroe. New York, H. Holt & 
co., 1899 [1898] v, 342 pp. 8°. 342 

Copyright bv Henry Holt & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 71378, Dec. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 19, 1899. 

"Walters, W[illiam] T[hompson] 

Oriental ceramic art; collection of 
W. T. Walters. 
See [Bushell, Stephen W.] 

Wentworth, G[eorge] A[lbert] 

New school algebra. Teachers ed. 
Boston, Ginn & co., 1898. 2 p. 1., 599 
pp. 12°. 343 

Copvright by G. A. Wentworth, Exe- 
ter, N. H. 1898, no. 62413, Oct. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 24, 1898. 

Whiteley, Florence M. 

The child's storv of Minneapolis. 
Minneapolis, 1898. "l9 pp. 8 G . 344 

Copyright by Florence M. Whiteley, 
Minneapolis. 1898, no. 74882, Dec. 22; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Wilkinson, C[larence] R. 

The "Burlington's" book of St. Paul 
and Minneapolis . . . [Chicago, 

Donohue & Henneberry] 1898. [17 L] 
illus. 48 pi. map. obi. 12°. 345 

Copyright by Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincv R. R. co., Chicago. 1898, no. 
74355, "Deo. 20; 2 copies rec'd Dec, 21, 
1898. 

Willson, Frederick Newton. 

Some mathematical curves and their 
graphical construction . . . New 
York & London. The Macmillan co., 
1898. 4 p. 1., 39-78 pp., 4 1. illus. fol. 
(Descriptive geometry and mechanical 
drawing series, no. 3) 346 

Copyright by Fred. Newton Willson, 
Princeton, N. J. 1896, no. 56349, Oct. 
12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 21, 1899. 

[Yorke, Peter C. ed.'] 

Text-books of religion for parochial 
and Sunday schools. . . . San Fran- 
cisco, The Monitor pub. co., 1898. 2 v. 
12°. 347, 348 

Contents. 
The first grade. The child's primer. 
The third grade. Preparation for first con- 



Copyright by P. C. Yorke, San Fran- 
cisco. ' 1898, no. 60629, Oct. 15; no. 
60939, Oct. 17; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 
20, 1899. 



I. BOOKS— (2) MI§('ELLA>'EOUS. 

(Classified under the term 'Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

American and foreign patents and trade- 
marks. (J. Richards & co.) 155 
Copyright by J. Richards, San Fran- 
cisco. 1898, no. 72272, Dec. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Barker (George W.) Away off in the 

Paciiic ocean. 156 

Copyright by George W. Barker, 

Chicago. 1899, no. 90, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Butler (Chas. H.) Our treaty with 

Spain; triumphant diplomacy. 157 

Copyright by Chas. Henry Butler, 

Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 75884, Dec. 

27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Chinese scenes calendar. 158 

Copyright bv H. S. Crocker, San 
Francisco. 1898, no. 65998, Nov. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 10, 1898. 

Coffee; its history, and also its remark- 
able growth in the world of commerce. 

159 
Copyright by Thompson & Taylor 
spice co., Chicago. 1898, no. 76691, Dec. 
29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Daily hints for housekeepers, and health 

calendar for 1899. 160 

Copyright by Housh co., Boston. 

1898, no. 68404, Nov. 23; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 29, 1898. 



166 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS) -Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Descriptive catalogue of Orange sport- 
ing and military powder, blasting and 
mining powder, nigh explosives (etc.) 

161 
Copvriglit by Geo. A. Wolf, Wilming- 
ton, Del. 1898, no. 48487, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 18, 1898. 

Dillman (Geo. L.) The air-lift chart, no. 
2. 162 

Copyright by Geo. L. Dillman, San 
Francisco. 1899, no. 2304, Jan. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Efficiency and average life of lamps at 

various voltages. 163 

Copyright by New York and Ohio 

company, Warren, Ohio. 1899, no. 88, 

Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Electrical instruments and testing appa- 
ratus. 164 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1899, no. 2522, Jan. 5 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Garrett (P.) One hundred choice selec- 
tions ; no. 3. 165 
Copyright by Phineas Garrett, West- 
chester, Pa, 1898, no. 46915, Aug. 8 ; 2 
copies rec'd July 30, 1898. 

Guide for use of the tourist Buckeve. 

166 

Copyright by American camera mfg. 

co., Northborough, Mass. 1898, no. 

75616. Dec. 24; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 31, 

1898. 

Hilly (Mrs. Benjamin). Table service; 
an authoritative setting forth of the 
correct use of china and glass for 
breakfast, luncheon, dinner, and tea, 
with short descriptions of the various 
pieces. 167 

Copyright by M. B. Hilly, Chicago. 
1898, no. 76690, Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec, 29, 1898. 

How to grow sweet peas. 168 

Copyright by W. Atlee Burpee & co., 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 2894, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Huntington centrifugal-roller quartz ' 
mill. 169 

Copyright by Fraser & Chalmers, j 
Chicago. 1898, no. 73663, Dec. 17: 2 | 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Hutcheson (M. E.) Primary lessons for 
church Sunday schools, with sewing- 
cards, v. 3, no. 5, lesson 5. 170 

v. 3, no. 6, lesson 6. 171 

v. 3, no. 7, lesson 7. 172 

v. 3, no. 8, lesson 8. 173 

v, 3, no. 9, lesson 9. 174 



Titles — Continued. 

Hutcheson (M. E.) Primary lessons for 
church Sunday schools, with sewing 
cards, v. 3, no. 10, lesson 10. 175 

Copyright by Mary Elizabeth 
Hutcheson, Columbus, Ohio. 1898, nos. 
72263-72268, Dec. 12 ; 2 copies each rec'd 
Dec. 29, 1898. 

Ironside directory. 176 

Copyright by Victor James Ironside, 
Boston. 1899, no. 2334, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 

Lady's (A) glove; its use and abuse. 

177 
Copyright bv Emerald toilet co., 
Minneapolis. 1899, no. 2300, Jan. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Mathers (Helen). Bam wildfire. [At- 
lantic series, no. 2.] 178 
Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1898, no'. 77279, Dec 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Medico-surgical radiography. Instruc- 
tion paper. Book 30, pts. 1, 2. 179, 180 
Copyright by Electrical engineer in- 
stitute of correspondence instruction, 
New York. 1899, nos. 2338, 2339, Jan. 4 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Question paper. Book 30, pts. 1, 2. 

181, 182 
Copyright by Electrical eng. insti- 
tute of correspondence instruction, 
New York. 1899, no. 2945, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899 ; no. 2332, Jan. 
4 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Mission Padres of California. 183 

Copyright by Cyrus M.Davis, Pasa- 
dena, Cal. 1898, no. 64130, Nov. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 2, 1898. 

Mudge's porte-monnaie calendar, no. 29. 

184 
Copyright by Alfred Mudge & son, 
Boston. 1899, iio. 3309, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

New (The) education; a teacher's com- 
pendium. 185 
Copyright by Diamond litho. pub. co., 
Minneapolis. 1898, no. 67586, Nov. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 26, 1898. 

"Palmistry." 186 

Copyright by Ross W. Weir & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 85, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Parliamentary law at a glance. 187 

Copyright by F. J. Lowe, New York. 
1897, no. 61565, Nov. 1; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 27, 1898. 



167 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



pies 



'd Dec 29, 1898. 



Principles of the alternating current. 
Instruction paper. Book 16. 190 

Copyright hy Electrical eng. insti- 
tute of correspondence instruction, 
New York. 1899, no. 2913, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Kook's effervescent orange salt ; a tonic 

laxative. 191 

Copyright hy Orange salt co., New 

York. 1899, no. 2297, Jan. 4; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Petre (D. A.) "You and I" and the fu- 
ture of the American manufacturer, j 
" Whom does it concern?" 188 

Copyright hy D. A. Petre, Duluth, 
Minn/ 1898, no. 74025, Dec. 19; 2 copies j 
rec'd Dec. 29, 



Primary (The) teacher's helper ; an aid to 
the teaching of the children's course of 
gospel stories, v. 9, no. 1, lessons 1-5. 

189 
Copvright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1898^ no. 67461, Nov. 18; 2 



Titles — Continued. 

Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to v. 75, 
Mississippi decisions. 192 

Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 201, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Smokeless powder; Laflin & Kand pow- 
der co., catalogue, 1898. 193 
Copvright by Geo. A. Wolf, Wilming- 
ton, Del. 1898, no. 48486, Aug. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 18, 1898. 

This is the door to success with poultry. 
[Catalogue.] 194 

Copyright by Johann Friedrich 
Siems, Columbus, Nebr. 1898, no. 
71600, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 
1898. 

Twelve golden rules governing discus- 
sion. 195 
Copyright by John D. Parker, Wel- 
lesley Hills, Mass. 1898, no. 48369, Aug. 
16; 2 copies rec'd Sept. 22, 1898. 



l.-BOOKS-(3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically hy 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Achleitner (Arthur). Fran 
erzaehlunsc vora Bodensee. 



K'apitaen ; 
298 



Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr.' 1898, no. 76886, Dec. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Ambassador White in Italy. Venice, Dec. 
26. 299 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago, 
rec'd Dec. 28, 



Anxious to trade with China. Brussels, 
Dec. 26. 300 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no." 76717, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Atzpodien (Paul). Briefe eines Berliners 

aus Amerika, von P. A. Odien. 301 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 

Nebr". 1898, no. 76976, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

British all'airs in China. London, Dec. 27. 

302 
Copvright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no.76993, Dec. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



Cannot avert the duel. Vienna, Dec. 26. 

303 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76723, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Carnegie (Andrew). From bobbin-boy 

to millionaire. 304 

Copyright bv S. S. McClure co., New 

York. 1898, no. 75659, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Carpenter (Frank G.) Argentinien's 

neuer praesident. 305 

Copyright by Frank G. Carpenter, 

Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 76974, Dec. 

30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Cooper (Madison). '"'Eggs in cold stor- 
age." 306 
Copyright by Madison Cooper, Min- 
neapolis. 1899, no. 217, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Count Thun about to resign. 307 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77378. Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



168 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Damage done by a hurricane. Dublin, 
Dec. 27. 308 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no' 76995, Dec. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Eine neujahrsueberraschung. 309 

Copyright by Press pub co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 76973, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Fashions of New York. 310 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 2356, Jan. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Jan . 4, 1899. 

Favorable action by Brazil. Rio de 
Janeiro, Dec. 27. 311 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898, no. 76988, Dec. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Fears American retaliation. Berne, Dec. 
27. 312 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 76984, Dec. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Feeds the poor of Florence. Florence, 
Dec. 27. 313 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76989, Dec. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Flags fly in Havana. Havana, Dec. 27. 

314 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76980, Dec. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Football game in Brussels. Brussels, 
Dec. 26. 315 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76720, Dec. 29; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Funeral of Rev. T. Nulty. 316 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77380, Dec. 31 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Gathmann (Louis). Torpedo geschosse. 

317 
Copyright by Louis Gathmann. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 105, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
Grab Havana streets. Havana, Dec. 26. 

318 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76724, Dec. 29; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 28, " ' 



Titles — Continued. 

Humor page for Jan. 1, 1899. 320 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 240, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Hungarians hold their peace. Vienna, 
Dec. 27. 321 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76991, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec, 29, 1898. 

Ignores protests of France. 322 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77379, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



Illness of Sweden's crown prince, 
holm. Dec. 27. 



Stock- 
323 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76982, Dec. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

| Immediate page, for Jan. 1, 1899. 324 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 239, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Interest in the poor. Berlin, Dec. 26. 325 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76722, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Irvine (Leigh H.) How the city editor 
died. [The Record-Union, Sacramento, 
Dec. 18, 1898.] 326 

Copyright by Leigh H. Irvine, Sacra- 
mento. 1898, no. 71433, Dec. 8; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 



Jean De Reszke, famous tenor. 



327 



Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 2351, Jan. 4; 2cop- 
rec'd Jan. i, 1899. 



Leads to several duels. 



328 



Hohenlohe's enemies seek to force him 
out. 319 

Copyright by Associated press. New 
York. 1899, no. 225, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77377, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

I Lots of sport for fast skaters. 329 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 2353, Jan. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

McKenzie (A. C.) The love affair of Pack- 
saddle Parks. 330 
Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 1898, no. 75657, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 31, 1898. 



Monks to settle in Alaminos. 331 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi 
cago. 1898, no. 77382, Dec. 31 ; 2 copiei 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



; 



169 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mr. White leaves Venice. 332 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77385, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

New penny postage. 333 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 223, Jau. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Norway's great actress dead. Chris- 
tiania, Dec. 27. 334 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no". 76992, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



des 



Philipp 
335 



"Offener schreibebrief 
Sauerampfer." no. 261 

Copyright by German press and plate 
co., Cleveland. 1899, no. 215, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Offers to loan Russia money. Moscow, 
Dec. 27. 336 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76987, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec, 29, 1898. 

On the lookout for Carlists. Paris, Dec. i 
26. 337 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no! 76716, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Plays a double game. Paris, Dec. 27. 338 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76996, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Policy of expansion. 339 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77375, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Present Cuba future. 340 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 2352, Jan. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Reopening of La Scala theater. Milan, 
Dec. 26. 341 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76715, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Review-of-the-year page for Jan. 1, 1899. 

342 
Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 241, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Rise of Anglo-Saxon peoples during 

1898. 343 

Copyright by Associated press, New 

York. 1899, no. 224, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Rohlfs (A. K.) The hermit of street. 

344 
Copyright by Anna Katharine Rohlfs, 
Buffalo. 1898, no. 61428, Oct. 19 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd, in parts, Nov. 19 to Dec. 28, 
1898. 

Sagasta may not recover. Madrid, Dec. 

26. 345 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76719, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

San Carlo theater opened. Naples', Dec. 

27. 346 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76983, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Schultz (Reinhard). Ueberlistet. 347 
Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 76977, Dec. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Spain holds but two. 348 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77374, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Special page for Jan. 1, 1899. 349 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 244, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Talk of intrigues. 350 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77376, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Thinks meat unsafe. Berlin, Dec. 27. 

351 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76990, Dec. 30 : 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Threaten a general strike. Brussels, 
Dec. 27. 352 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76981, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Timely page for Jan. 1, 1899. 353 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1898, no. 242, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

To discuss disarmament plans. Moscow, 
Dec. 26. 354 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76718, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Town is partly destroyed. 355 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77381, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



170 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 

star, Dec. 26, 1898.) 356 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 76727, Dec. 

29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Dec. 27, 1898. 357 

Copyright bv Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, do. 76997, Dec, 
30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



Ugly acts of Boers. London, 



Dec. 26. 

358 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76725, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Venetian carnival opened. Venice, Dec. 
27. 359 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. "" 1898, no". 76994, Dec. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



Wackwitz-Busck (Ida) 
abend. 



EineSvlvester- 
360 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 1898, no. 76975, Dec. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Waiting at Callao for mail. Callao, Peru, 
Dec. 27. 361 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76986, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Want the Vatican represented. 362 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 77381, Dec. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Will send steel rails to Russia. 363 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77383, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Will support the dynasty. Madrid, Dec. 
27. 364 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no. 76985. Dec. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Woman's page for Jan. 1, 1899. 365 

Copyright by John Brisbeu Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 245, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Youth's page for Jan. 1, 1899. 366 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 243, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



All on account of a petticoat. 23 

Copyright by Mrs. Josie Morris Sulli- 
van, New York. 1899, no. 3316, Jan. 7 ; 
2 typewritten copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Cigale (La) chez les fourinis ; com6die en 
1 acte. Leg-oiive" e tLabiche: edited, 



Cigale (La), etc. — Continued. 

with notes and vocabulary, by Thomas 
J.Farrar. 24 

Copyright by Thomas J. Farrar, Lex- 
ington, Ya. 1898, no. 68318, Nov. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 23, 1899. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



ABC pathfinder and dial. Jan. 2, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 275 

Jan. 23, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 

276 

Copyright by New England railway 

pub. co., Boston. 1898, uos. 75745, 75748. 



American florist. 
Jan. 23,1899.) 



Jan. 21, 1899. 



(Rec'd 

277 



Copyright by American florist co , 
Chicago. 1898, no. 75572. 



American gynaecological and obstetrical 
journal. .Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 

1899.) 278 

Copyright by J. D. Emmet, New York. 
1899, no. 2758. 

American journal of obstetrics. Jan., 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 279 

Copyright by William Wood & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 2695. 



171 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

American journal of theology. Jan., 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 280 

Copyright by University of Chicago 
press, Chicago. 1899, no. 53773. 

American medico-surgical bulletin. Dec. 
25, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. ) 821 

Copyright bv Bulletin publishing 
co., New York. * 1899, no. 2317. 

Atlantic reporter. Jan. 4, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 9, 1899.) 282 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1898, no. 77405. 

Black cat. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 
1899.) 283 

Copyright by Short story pub. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 75921. 

Book buyer. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 5, 
1899.) 284 

Copyright by Chas. Scribner's sons, 
New'York. 1899, no. 2321. 

Botanical gazette. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 26, 1899.) 285 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 53802. 

Bradstreet's. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 
1899.) 286 

Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 

287 

Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1899.) 

288 
Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 
York. " 1898, nos. 2626-2628. 

Building trades magazine. Feb., 18P9. 
(Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 289 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1898, no. 75517. 

Carter's monthly. Dec, 1898. (Rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899.) ' 290 

Copyright by John Carter, Chicago. 

1898, no. 76098. 

Catholic news. Jan. 25, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1899.) 291 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74469. 

Chicago dry goods reporter. Jan. 21, 

1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 292 
Copyright by Dry goods reporter co., 

Chicago. 1898, no. 67336. 
Christian endeavor quarterly. First 
quarter, 1899. (Rec'd Jan/ 3, 1899.) 

293 
Copyright by David Jennings, Os- 
wego, N. Y. 1899, no. 2392. 
Christian financier. Jan. 25, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 25, 1899.) 294 

Copyright by A. A. Kidder, New Lon- 
don, Conn. 1898, no. 74977. 

14322— Yol. 18, No. 4 2 



Titles — Continued. 

Christian science weekly. Jan. 19, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 295 

Copyright by Mary Baker G. Eddy, 
Concord, N. H. 1898, no. 62223. 

Costume royal. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
23, 1899.) 296 

Copyright by Royal pattern co., New 
York. 1898, no. 68377. 

Dry goods economist. Jan. 14, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 297 

Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 

298 
Copyright by Textile pub. co., New 
York. 1899, nos. 2388, 2369. 

Emerson college magazine. Jan., 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 24, 18990 299 

Copyright by H. Torus Daghistan- 
lian, Boston. 1898, no. 68409. 

Engineeringrecord. Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 21, 1899.) 300 

Copyright by Engineering record, 
New York. 1898, no. 71188. 

Eveningpost. Jan. 19, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
20, 1899.) 301 

Jan. 20, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1899.) 

302 

Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 

303 

Jan. 23, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1899.) 

304 

Jan. 24, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1899.) 

305 

Jan. 25, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899.) 

306 
Copyright by Eveningpost pub. co.. 
New York. 1898, nos. 77014-77019. 

Examiner. Jan. 5, 1899. (Rec'd Jan 5, 
1899.) 307 

Jan. 12, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1899.) 

308 

Jan. 19, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 

309 

Jan. 26, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899.) 

310 
Copyright by Examiner co., New 
York. 1 899, nos. 2574-2577. 

Farm implement news. Jan. 5, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 7, 1899.) 311 

Jan. 12, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 

312 

Jan. 19, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 18990 

313 
Copyright by Farm implement news 
co., Chicago. 1899, nos. 2679-2681. 

Federal reporter. Jan. 3, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 9, 1899.) 314 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. 
Paul. 1898, nos. 77406. 



172 

periodicals—continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Gardening. Jan. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 

21,1899.) 315 

Copyright l>y Garden ingco., Chicago. 

1898, no. 75553. 

Golden days. Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
24, 1899. J 316 

Copyright by James Elverson, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 115. 

Green hag. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 

1899.) 317 

Copyright hy Boston hook co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 2531. 

Harper's hazar. v. 32, no. 3. (Rec'd Jan. 
20,1899.) 318 

Copyright hy Harper & hros., New 
York/ 1899, no. 74697. 

Harper's new monthly magazine. Feh., 

1899. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1899.) 319 
Copyright hy Harper & hros., New 

York. 1898, no. 74689. 

Harper's weekly, v. 43, no. 2197. (Rec'd 
Jan. 26, 1899.) 320 

Copyright hy Harper & hros., New 
York/ 1898,no.74711. 

Horseman. Jan. 3, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1899.) 321 

Jan. 10, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1899.) 

322 

Jan. 17, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 

323 

Jan. 24, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899.) 

324 
Copyright hy Chicago horseman 
newspaper co., Chicago. 1899, nos. 
2770-2773. 

Jewelers' weekly. Jan. 4, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1899.) 325 

Copyright hy Trades weekly co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76512. 

Journal of geology (Nov., Dec, 1898.) 
(Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899. ) 326 

Copyright hy University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 53778. 



Judge. Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 
1899.) 327 

Copyright hy Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 58435. 

Keystone. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 
1899.) 328 

Copyright hy B. Thorpe, Philadel- 
phia. 1899, no. 116. 

Ladies' home journal. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 25, 1899.) 329 

Copyright hy Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 75541. 



Titles — Continued. 

Land of sunshine. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1899.) 330 

Copyright by Land of sunshine pnb. 
co., Los Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 2G62. 

Leslie's weekly. Jan. 26, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 23, 1899.) 331 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no*. 58461. 



Library bulletin. 



1, no. 13. Nov. 14, 



1898. (Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 332 

v. 1, no. 14. Nov. 21, 1898. (Rec'd 

Jan. 9, 1899.) 333 

v. 1, no. 15. Nov. 28, 1898. (Rec'd 

Jan. 9, 1899.) 334 

v. 1, no. 16. Dec. 5, 1898. (Rec'd 

Jan. 9, 1899.) 335 

v. 1, no. 17. Dec. 12, 1898. (Rec'd 

Jan. 9, 1899.) 336 

Copyright by Charles Brodie Patter- 
son, New York. 1898, nos. 77417-77121. 

Medical news. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
9, 1899. ) 337 

Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 

338 

Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 

339 
Copyright by Lea hros. & co., New 
York. 1899, uos. 2706-2708. 

Medical record. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899.) 340 

Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 

341 

Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1899. ) 

342 

Copyright by Wm. Wood & co., New 

York. 1899, nos. 2683-2685. 343 



Metropolitan. 
26, 1899.) 



Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
344 



Copyright by James A. Nocton, 
New York. 1898, no. 61281. 

Municipal and railway record. Jan. 15, 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1899.) 345 

Copyright by Columbia pub. co., 
New York . 1898, no. 77434. 

National association of builders. Oct., 
1898. (Rec'd Jan. 11-, 1899.) 346 

Copyright by Win. H. Sayward, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 182. 

National provisioner. Jan. 21, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 347 

Copyright by Joseph H. Senner, New 
York. 1898,no.67512. 

New century. Dec. 31, 1898. (Ree'd 
Jan. 23, 1899.) 348 

Copyright by Katharine A. Tingley, 
New York. 1898, no. 74779. 



173 

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Titles — Continued. 

New York catholic news. Jan. 21, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 348 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74520. 

New York clipper. Jan. 14. 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 12, 1899.) 349 

Jan. 21, 1899. (Kec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 

350 
Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co., 
New York. 18*99, nos. 120, 121. 

New York herald. Jan. 19, 1899. (Rec'd 

Jan. 20, 1899.) 351 

Jan. 20. 1899. (Rec'd Jau. 21, 1899.) 

352 
Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 

353 
- — Jan. 22, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 

354 
Jan. 23, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 24, 1899. ) 

355 
Jan. 24, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1899.) 

356 
Jan. 25, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899.) 

357 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898, nos. 74410-744 16. 

New York supplement and state reporter. 
Jan. 5, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 358 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
1898,no.77407." 

New York times. Jan. 19, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 20, 1899. 359 

Copyright by New York times co., 
New York. 1898, no. 73745. 

New York times weekly. Jan. 8, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 360 

Copyright by New York times co., 
New York. 1899, no. 2315. 

Nick Carter weekly, no. 107. Jan. 14, 
1899. (Rec'd Jau. 13, 1899.) 361 

Copvright by Street & Smith, New 
York/ 1898, no'. 76113. 
Northeastern reporter. Jan. 6, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 13, 1899.) 362 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. 
Paul. * 1898, no. 77408. 
Northwestern reporter. Jan. 7, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 363 

Copyright by West. pub. co., St. 
Paul. " 1898, no.'77409. 
Novellan-Schatz. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899.) 364 

Copyright by S. Zickel, New York. 
1899, no. 2530. 
Pacific reporter. Jan. 5, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1899.) 365 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 77410. 



Titles — Continued. 

Pennsylvania county court reports 
Jan.' 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jau. 21, 1899.) 

366 
Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson & 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, no. 70393. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Jan. 20, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 20, 1899.) 367 

Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1899.) 

368 

(Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 

369 

(Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 

370 

(Rec'd Jan. 24, 1899.) 

371 

(Rec'd Jan. 25, 1899.) 

372 

(Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899.) 

373 

Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 

1898, nos. 51144- 



Jan. 22, 1899. 
Jan. 23, 1899. 
Jan. 24, 1899. 
Jan. 25, 1899. 
Jan. 26, 1899. 



co., Philadelphia. 
51150. 

Pocket magazine. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 18, 1899.) 374 

Copyright by Frederick A. Stokes 
co., New York. 1899, no. 2322. 

Saturday evening post. Jan. 21, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 375 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898,"no. 75711. 

Saturday night. Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 24,1899.) 376 

Copyright by James Elverson, Phila- 
delphia. 1899,* no. 114. 

Scientific American (building ed.) Jan., 
. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 377 

Copyright by Munn & co., New 
York. 1898. no. 76020. 



1899. 



(Rec'd 
378 



Scribner's magazine. Feb 
Jan. 25, 1899.) 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 2258. 

Self culture. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 

3,1899.) 379 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 13175. 

Southeastern reporter. Jan. 
(Rec'd Jan. 9,1899.) 

Copyright by West pub. 
Paul. * 1898, no. 77411. 
Southern reporter. Jan. 4, 1899 
Jan. 10,1899.) 

Copyright by West. pub. 
Paul. * 1898, no. 77412. 
Southwestern reporter. Jan. 
(Rec'd Jau. 9, 1899.) 
Copyright bv West pub. co., St. Paul 
" \ no. 77413.' 



2, 



1899. 
380 

3., St. 

(Rec'd 

381 

)., St. 

1899. 
382 



174 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Standard. Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Jam 26, 
1899.) 383 

Copyright by James A. Nocton, New 
York. 1898, no. 61261. 

Street railway journal. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1899.) 384 

Copyright by Street railway pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76500. 

Success. Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 
1899.) 385 

Copyright bv Success co., New York. 
1898, no. 76024.' 

Supreme court reporter. Jan. 2, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 17, 1899.) 386 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1898, no. 77415. 

Tip top weekly, no. 144. Jan. 14. 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 13, 1899.) 387 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1898.no. 76115. 



Titles — Continued. 



Jan. 26, 1899. 



(Rec'd Jan. 26, 

388 



Universe. 
1899.) 

Copyright by Universe pub. co., New 
York." 1898,no.75760. 



Jan., 1899. 



(Rec'd 
389 



Western painter. 
Jan. 23, 1899.) 

Copyright by Charles H. Webb, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 71758. 

What to eat. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
26, 1899.) 390 

Copyright by Pierce & Pierce, Min- 
neapolis. 1898, no. 44117. 

Woman's home companion. Feb., 1899. 

(Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 391 

Copyright by Mast, Crowell & Kirk- 

patrick, Springfield, Ohio. 1898, no. 

69290. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Adapted from the French. Words by 

Aubrey Boucicault; music by Herman 

Perlet. 788 

Copyright bv Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. " 1898, no. 72087, Dec. 10; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Against the tide. Barcarolle for piano, 

by H.S.Saroni. 789 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 1898, no. 77479, Dec. 31 ; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Album for young pianists. Twelve short 

pieces for pianoforte, by Xaver Schar- 

wenka: op. 62; edited and fingered 

by Louis Oesterle. 790 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

1898, no. 77066, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 30, 1898. 

Albumblatt. Th. Kirchner. Arranged 

for pipe organ, by Reginald Barrett. 

791 

Copyright by J. Fischer & brother, 

New York. 1898, no. 76763, Dec. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

American beauty. March for piano, by 

Fred. Beyer. 792 

Copyright by Louis Retter music co., 

St. Louis. 1898, no. 71305, Dec. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 



Arabian dance. Will 
op. 74. Orchestra. 



Kretschmer: 
793 



Copyright by Harry Coleman, Phila- 
delphia, 1898, no. 77154, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Arrival (The) of Santa Claus. By H. En- 
gelman : op. 360. Piano, 4 hands. 794 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 77454, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Asperges me, Domine. Quartet or chorus 
for mixed voices, by Geo. O. T. Weiss : 
op. 7, no. 3. 795 

Copyright by J. Fischer & brother, 
New York. 1898. no. 76128, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dee. 27, 1898. 

Autumn leaves. For piano, by J. F. Zim- 
mermann. ^kYaltz. 796 

Mazurka. 797 

Grand march. 798 

Two step. 799 

— Gavotte. 800 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, nos. 77477, 77478, 77469, 
77470, 77461, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies each rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 



175 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Banjo twang, danse negre. For piano, 

by Charles Drnmheller. 4 bands. 801 

Copyright by Charles Drumheller, 

St. Louis. 1898, no. 75929, Dec. 27; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Barcarolle Veuitienne, by Albert Lavig- 
nac; revised and fingered bv E. A. 
Berg. 802 i 

Copyright bv Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 77458, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Battle (The) of Manila. Words byAlonzo 

Bid well; music by E. N. Guckart. 803 

Copyright by Alonzo Bidwell, Fort 

Scott.' Ivans. 1898. no. 51658, Sept. 1; 

2 copies rec'd Oct. 24. 1898. 

Behold the Lamb of God! Words by 
John Froschl, arranged by C; music 
byM. E. Upham. 804 

Copyright by M. E. Upham, New 
York/ 1898, no". 77554, Dec. 31; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Beirly's chapel anthems. 805 J 

Copyright by A. Beirly, Chicago. ! 
1898, no. 77116, Dec. 3U; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Beirly's national singer. 806 j 

Copyright by A. Beirly, Chicago. ; 
1898, no. 77117, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Bells of memory. Words and music by i 
A. Beirly. 807 | 

Copyright by A. Beirly, Chicago. 
1898, no. 77122, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd ; 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Bells (The) of morning. Words by Ada i 
Blenkhorn ; music by A. Beirly. 808 
Copyright by A. Beirly, Chicago. 
1898, no. 77123, 'Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Berceuse (cradle song). Words by Laura 
6. Askroyd; music by Chester H. Beebe. 

809 
Copyright bv Wm.E. Ash mall, Aiding- | 
ton, N. J. 1898, no. 76738, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Berceuse. Fr. Thome. Arranged for pipe 
organ by Reginald Barrett. 810 j 

Copyright by J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. ' 1898. no. 76751. Dec. 29; 2 copies '< 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Berceuse from "Jocelyn." B. Godard. 
Arranged for pipe organ by Eeginald 
Barrett. 811 

Copyright by J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 1898, no. 76752. Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Black (The) Adonis. March and two- 
step, by Win. C. Stahl. 2 mandolins 
and guitar. 812 

Copyright by Wm. C. Stahl, Mil- 
waukee. 1898, no. 72986, Dec. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Blackhussar. March, bv Franz Rkeineck. 

813 
Copyright bv Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 1898, no. 71304, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

Boat song. Music by Wm. K. Bassford. 

814 
Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 77450, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Boatman (The). Words by Ada Blenk- 
horn; music by A. Beirly. 815 
Copyright by A. Beirly, Chicago. 
1898, no. 77125, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Bon jour, Suzou. Words by Alfred de 
Musset; music by Henry Edmond 
Earle. 816 

Copyright by P. L. Jung, New York. 
1898, i)0. 77084, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Bourree. E. Silas. Arranged for pipe 

organ by Reginald Barrett. 817 

Copyright by J. Fischer & brother, 

New York. 1898, no. 76756, Dec. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

B-o-y (The) and the b-ee. Words by H. 

Lloyd; music by A. Beirly. 818 

Copyright by A. Beirly, Chicago. 

1898, no. 77120,' Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 30, 1898. 

Bulbul's (The) song. Words and music 
by Howard Benson. London, Mu- 
sical magazines, ltd. 819 
Copyright bv E. Hatzfeld, England. 
1898, no. 71824", Dec. 9; 2 copies' rec'd 
Dec. 8, 1898. 

Bunch (A) of rags. Medley, arranged by 

Ben. M. Jerome. Piano solo. 820 

Copyright by Howlev. Haviland & 

co., New York. 1898, no" 67805, Nov. 19 ; 

2 copies rec'd Nov. 19, 1898. 

Butterfly waltz, polka, schottische, re- 
dowa, 'march. H. Engelmann: op. 336; 
nos. 1-5. 821-825 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelph i a . 1898. nos. 77446, 77439, 77440, 
77444, 77445. Dec. 31 ; 2 copies each rec'd 
Dec. 30 1898. 



176 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Caprice. G. Bizet. Arranged for pipe 

organ by Reginald Barrett. 826 

Copyright by J. Fischer & brother, 

New York. 1898, no. 76762. Dec. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Carnival (The). By Cbas. C. Draa: op. 
11, no. 1, for piano. 827 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898. no. 77473, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Carolina capers. Dance characteristic, 

by Chas. R. Hirst. 828 

Copyright by William B. Gray, New 

York. 1898, no. 22479, Apr. 8; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Champion of liberty. March and two- 
step, by Robert Elm. 829 
Copyright by M. A. Strothotte, U. S. 
1898, no. 76749, Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 29, 1898. 

Chant provencal. Music by Hans Her- 
mann. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hiirtel. 

830 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1898, no. 76609, Dec. 29 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Charge of the Rough Riders. March and 
two-step, by J. W. Casey. Orchestra. 

831 
Copyright by Cundy music co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 66707, Nov. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 26, 1898. 

Chariot race. Galop, by Carl Son tag. 

832 
Copyright by Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 1898, no. 71314, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

Charlatan (The) waltzes, by John Philip 
Sousa, for orchestra. 833 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 77089, Dec. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Cherubim song. From the church Rus 
siau. For chorus of mixed voices. 
English version by Nathan Haskel. 
Dole; music by D. S. Bortnyausky; ar- 
ranged by P. Tschaikowsky. no. 71 

834 

Music by P. Tschaikowsky. no. 3. 

835 
Copyright by G. Schivmer. New York. 
1898, nos. 77062, 77063, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Christ (The) is born to-day. Noel. Words 
bv Th. Gautier; music by Emile Louis. 

836 
Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia, 1898, no. 77468, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. SO, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Civic song. Words and music by W. E. 

Kirk. 837 

Copyright by W. E. Kirk, Harrisburg. 

1898, no. 73064, Dec. 15; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 31, 1898. 

Cobweb club. March and two-step, by 
Geo. A.Taeffner. 838 

Copyright by J. F. Bellois, jr., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 77138. Dec. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Constancy. Words by C. H. G. ; music 

by Frederick Chapman. 839 

Copyright by Boosey &" co., New 

York. * 1898, no! 74800, Dec. 21 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 21. 1898. 

Coon's (The) trade-mark — a watermelon, 
a razor, a chicken, and a coon. Words 
and music by Tom Logan. 840 

Copyright by Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 60522, Oct. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Cosmopolitan march, by A. W. Newman; 
arranged by A. Luck for baud. 841 

Copyright by J. F. Bellois, Phila- 
delphia. " 1898, no. 77135, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Coronation march, from " Le Prophete," 
for the piano, by G.Meyerbeer; edited 
and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 842 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 77073, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Coup <le grace galop, for pianoforte, by 
James M.Fulton. 843 

Copyright by Harry Coleman. Phila- 
delphia. ' 18118. no. 77152, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Daffodil (The) waltzes, by Jacob Henry 

Ellis. 844 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York/ 1898, no" 72084, Dec. 10; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Daily trill studies for the pianoforte, by 

J. H. Rogers. 815 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 1898, no. 77459, Dec. 31; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Dance of the daisies. Gavotte, by E. S. 
Phelps. Orchestra. 816 

Copyright by Cundy music, co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. '66706. Nov. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Dance of the moonbeams, by Then. 1'. 

Morse. 847 

Copyrighl by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. * 1898, no'. 67806, Nov. lit; 

2 copies reed Nov. 19, 1898. 



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Ml'SICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Contixukd. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Dauee of the peasants, by Jacob Henrv 

Ellis. 848 

Copyright by Howlev, Haviland & 

co.. New York/ 1898. no. 72085. Dec. 10; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Dance of the sailors, bv Jacob Henrv 

Ellis. 849 

Copyright bv Howlev, Haviland & 

co. . New York. 1898. no* 72083, Dec. 10 ; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Dance of the toads, bv Bert Williams. 

850 
Copyright bv Howlev, Haviland & 
co., New York/ 1898, no. 67804. Nov. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Nov. 19, 1898. 

Dance of the water nymphs, by Don N. 
Long. Piano. 851 

Copyright bv Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 77471, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Dandy (The) first; or, Johnny's home 
again. Written and set to music by 
Lawrence Denslow; music arranged 
by Henry S. Sawyer. 852 

Copvright bv S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1898", no. 59384, Oct. 8; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Sept. 26, 1898. 

Dat Blackville wedding. Characteristic 
march and Two-step, by Eobert Cone; 
arranged bv Robert Becker for orches- 
tra. 853 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 77145, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Debutante (The). Valse brillante, for 

piano, by Eric Ball. 854 

Copyright by Louis Better music co., 

t. Louis. 1898, no. 7] 

copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

De Yille (The) waltzes, by W. W. Perry. 
Mandolin and piano. 855 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 5, Jan 2; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Diploma march and two-step, composed 

by Sam'l Stephens. 856 

Copyright by Samuel Stei>hens. Nor- 

risto wn, Pa, 1898. no. 76674, Dec. 29 ; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29. 1898. 

Dream (The) of home. Words by 
Thomas Moore; music by A. Beirly. 

857 
Copyright by A. Beirly, Chicago. 
1898, no. 77126, 'Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 



Dream (A) of the battle. By Eduard 

Hoist. 858 

Copyright by Howlev. Haviland & 

co., New York. * 18S8. no. 67803, Nov. 19 ; 

2 copies rec'd Nov. 19, 1898. 

Drei albnmbliitter fiir vtdline, mit beg- 
leitung des pianoforte; componirt von 
Ernest Lent : op. 3, no. 2. 859 

Copyright bv John F. Ellis & co., 
Washington, D' C. 1898. no. 29048, May 
9; 2 copies rec'd May 9, 1898. 

Drinking song. Old French folk-song. 
For chorus of men's voices. English 
version by Th. Baker; music by Carl 
Reinecke. 860 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 77069. Dec. 30: 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Drinking song, for chorus of men's voices. 
Words' by John Coverdale; music by 
Hugh Whitfield Martin. 861 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 77068, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Druid's prayer. By H. S. Saroni. 862 

Copyright by Theodore Presser. Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 77464, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Dying (A) Cuban mother. Words and 
music by Mrs. Mary Kerr Burke. 

863 
Copyright by Mrs. Mary Kerr Burke, 
Brady, Nebr. 1898, no. 77101, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Easiest (The) studies for the pianoforte 
(preliminary to op. 50), by Louis 
Kohler: op. 151; revised, fingered, and 
annotated bv W. S. B. Mathews. 

864 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 74271, Dec. 19; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Echoes from the Rio Grande. Galop 
brillant. for piano, by Mary Hopkin- 
son Day. 865 

Copyright by Mary Hopkinson Day, 
Abbott. Tex. 1898, no. 77104, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Fir tree (The) and the palm. From the 
translation of M. Mikha'ilof's Heine, by 
Nathan Haskell Dole; chorus for men's 
voices by N. Sokolow: op. 15, no. 4. 

866 
Copyright bv G. Schirmer, New 
York. 1898, no. 77070, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

''First lady" gavotte, for pianoforte, by 
Richard Goerdeler. 867 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 77474, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Flagship (The). March, two-step, by 
Eric Ball. 868 

Copyright by Louis Retter music co., 
3t. Louis. 1898, uo. 
copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

Forsaken. Morceau de salon, by Jean 

Becker. 869 

Copyright by Louis Retter music co., 

St. Louis. 1898, no. 71306, Dec. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

Frelinghuysen (The) waltz, by Lavinia 
H. Tan Westervelt-Dempsey. 870 

Copyright by Lavinia H. Van Wes- 
tervelt-Dempsey, New York. 1898, no. 
76121, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 
1898. 

From the loug ago. For piano, by H. J. 
Andrus. 871 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 77466, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Galop militaire. Pianoforte duet, by 
Raoul Fame. London, Musical mag- 
azines, ltd. 872 

Copyright by H. B. Stevens co.. Bos- j 
ton. 1898, no. 71823. Dec. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec, 8, 1898. 

Gavotte for the pianoforte, by Agathe 
Backer Grondahl : op. 20, no. 3 ; revised 
and fingered bv .Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 

873 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898. no. 77163, Dec. 30; 2 ' 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

German (The) band. Chorus for boys, 
by M. Johnston ; revised by G. Burton. 

874 
Copyright by J. Fischer & brother, 
New York. 1898, no. 76125, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

God cares for me. Words by Fanny J. 
Crosby ; music by Victor H. Benke. 875 
Cor>yright by-M. E. Upham, New- 
York. 1898, no. 77559, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

God leadeth. Music by M. E. Upham; 

words by C. U. 876 

Copyright by M. E. Upham, New 

York. 1898, no. 77555, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 31. 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

God, my Father, lend Thy aid. Words 
and music by Leo. Oehinler. 877 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 77460, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Graceful dance. Arranged for pipe 

organ, by Reginald Barrett. 878 

Copyright by J. Fischer & brother, 

New York. 1898, no. 76759, Dec. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Great success polka, by Harry Green- 
wood. 879 
Copvright by Chas. D. Tuttle, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 76131, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Happv greetings waltz, composed by 
Charles H. Free. 880 

Copyright by Chas. D. Tuttle, Phila- 
delphia. 1898. no. 76132, Dec. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Hark! hark! the lark. F. Schubert. 
Arranged for guitar ; C. F. Elzear Fiset. 

881 
Copvright bv Stewart tfcBauer,Phila- 
delphia. 18981 no. 76747, Dec. 29 : 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Hawaiian parade. By Eduard Hoist. 

Piano solo. 882 

Copyright bv Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. * 1898. no. 67808, Nov. 19; 

2 copies rec'd Nov. 19, 1898. 

He ain't no relation of mine. Words 

and music by Ned Way burn. 883 

Copyright bv Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. 1898, no. 72086, Dec. 10 ; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Heart's ecstasy. Words by J. D. E. ; 

music by Lurlette. 884 

Copvright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. 1898, no. 67810, Nov. 19; 

2 copies rec'd Nov. 19, 1898. 

Hebrew (The) mother. By Margaret 

Coole Brown. 885 

Copyright bv Margaret Coole Brown, 

Detroit. 1898, no. 76671, Dec. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 18! 8. 

Hochzeitslied. Bridal song. Music by 

Hans Hermann. Leipzig. Breitkopf 

& 11 artel. 886 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig. ' 1898, no. 76613, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

How can I leave thee? Arranged by 

Carlos Curti. .Mandolin solo. " 887 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 1899, no. 7, Jan. 2; 2 copies 

rec'd Dee. 28, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued 

I don' want no argument. Words by 
Thomas Temple; music by F. R. Ham- 
ilton. 888 
Copyright by Hoyne & Robertson, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 75095, Dec. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27. 1898. 

I love but thee. Song, with violin obli- 
gato. Words by Katherine M. Leonard ; 
music bv Chas. F. Forrester. Soprano 
or tenor in E 11 at. 889 

Mezzo or baritone in C. 890 

Copyright bv Chas. F. Forrester, 
United States. * 1898, nos. 76923.76924, 
Dec. 30; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 30, 
1898. 

I loA-e thee. Words by Thomas Hood; 

music by Chester H. Beebe. 891 

Copyright bv Wm. E. Ashmall, 

Arlington, N. J. 1898. no. 76739, Dec. 

29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

I shall love onlv you. Words and music 
by X. J. Clesi. * 892 

Copyright by N. J. Clesi, New Or- 
leans. 1898, no. 76918, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

I've got him dead. Schottische, arranged 

by W. H. Mackie for orchestra. 893 

Copyright by M. Wi tin ark & sons, 

New York. 1898, no. 77148, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Ich finde dich. Find thee 1 will. Music 

by Franz Ponitz: op. 54. Leipzig, 

Breitkopf & Hartel. 894 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 

eipzig. ' 1898, no. 76607. " 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Impromptu valse, par Florian Schaffter. 

895 

Copyright by Florian Schaffter, New 

Orleans. 1898, no. 76919, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

In the forest. Words by Ada Blenkhorn ; 

music by A, Beirly. 896 

Copyright bv A. Beirly, Chicago. 

1898, no. 77118, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 30, 1898. 

Introduction and minuet from Sterndale 

Bennett's G minor symphony ; arranged 

for pipe organ by Reginald Barrett. 

b97 

Copyright by J. Fischer & brother, 

New York. 1898, no. 76754, Dec. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

It was the time of roses. Words by 

Thomas Hood; music by Chester H. 

Beebe. 898 

Copyright by Wm. E. Ashmall, 

Arlington, N. J.' 1898, no. 76736, Dec. 

29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

It won't, be long. Words by John R. 
Clements; music bv Theo. E. Perkins. 

899 
Copyright by Theo. E. Perkins, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 76740, Dec. 29 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Jerusalem. Words by Fanny Crosby; 

music by M. E. Upham. 900 

Copyright by M. E. Upham, New 

York. 1898, no. 77552, Dec. 31; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Jolly sailors, we. Words and music by 

A. Beirly. ' 901 

Copyright by A. Beirly, Chicago. 

1898, no. 77127, Dec. 30; 2 'copies rec'd 

Dec. 30, 1898. 

Jolly (The) Musketeer. March from the 
comic opera by Julian Edwards; ar- 
ranged by F. W. Meacham for piano. 

902 

Waltzes from the comic opera by 

Julian Edwards; arranged by F. AY. 
Meacham for piano. 903 

Copyright by M. Witmark &, sons, 
New York. 1898, nos. 77143, 77144, Dec. 
30; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Jubilee overture and two-step, for piano, 
by Johann C. Schmid. 904 

Copyright by Chas. D. Tuttle, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 76130, Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 27, l!<98. 

Just as I am. Anthem. Words by Char- 
lotte Elliott; music by Ferris Tozer. 

905 
Copyright by Arthur P. Scdimidt, 
. Boston. 1898. no. 76626, Dec. 29 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Kindlein (Die) wissen's. The little ones 

know. Music by Hans Hermann. 

Leipzig, Breitkopf' & Hartel. 906 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig. ' 1898, 1 no. 76614, Dec. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
King (The) a-hunting goes. Chorus for 

men's voices, by J. C. Macy. 907 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson cc, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 8, Jan. 2; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 28, 1898. 
Lazy Bill. March, two-step, by A. B. 

Sloane; arranged by W. H. Mackie for 

orchestra. 908 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1898, no. 77141, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 
Lemon blossoms, bv Eric Philip Severin. 

Band. 909 

Copvright by Geo. Jaberg music co., 

Cincinnati. 1898. no. 77099, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Lenz (Der) ist da. Spring is here. Mu- 
sic by Paul Hassenstein : op. 83. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hiirtel. 910 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1898. no. 76603, Dec. 29; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Little convent bells. By Th. Keil. 911 

Copyright by Louis Retter music co., 

t. Louis. 1898, no. 7 

copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

Little darling. Yorke, by Carl Sontag. 

912 
Copyright by Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 1898, no. 71315, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

Little menuet autique. By Tb. Keil. 913 
Copyright by Louis Retter music eo., 

St. Louis. 1898, no. 71313, Dec. 7: 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

Little (The) mother. Song and chorus; 
words by Robt. T. Roden; music by 
Win. J. Morris. 914 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 77147, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Lone (The) star. March, two-step, by F. 

R.Swifczer. 915 

Copyright by F. R. Switzer, Little 

Falls, N. Y. 1898. no. 77152, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Look and live. Words by Harris H. 
Hay den; music by M. E. Upham. 916 

Copyright by M. E. Upham, New 
York. 1898, no. 77558, Dec. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Looking for four-leaf clover. Words 

and music by Stella Farra. 917 

Copyright by Carl Hoffman, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1898, no. 18211, Mar. 18; 2 

copies rec'd Nov. 19, 1898. 

Lord, what wilt Thou have me to do? 

Words by C. U. ; music by'M. E. 

Upham. 918 

Copyright by M. E. Upham, New 

York. 1898, no. 77557, Dec. 31; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 
Lotus (The)tlower. Part-sougor chorus 

for men's voices, by K. Schumann: op. 

33, no. 3; edited by H. W. Nicholl. 919 
Copyright by Q. Schirmer, New York. 

1898, no. "77067, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 30, 1898. 
Love and gold. Written and composed 

by Hamilton Clarke. London, No- 
vello & co., ltd. 920 
Copyright by Novello & co.. ltd., 

London. 1898, no. 76617, Dec, 29; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Love's regret. Song, by Alonzo Stone. 

921 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 73195, Dec. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Love's yearning. Music by F. G. Rath- 
bun. * 9:22 
Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia." 1898, no. 77138, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Lyssna, lyssna; hor du anglasangen. 

Ord och musik af John Holstedt. 923 

Copvright by John Holstedt, Stroms- 

buru. Nebr. 1898, no. 74070, Dec. 19; 2 

copfes rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

Ma petite belle. (My little beauty.) 
Waltz, by Elva F. Garrison. 924 

Copvright by Charles D. Tuttle, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 71482, Dec. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Dee. 8, 1898. 

Magnificat. Arthur Somervell. Lon- 
don. Novello & co.. limited. 925 
Copyright bv Novello & eo.. limited, 
London. ' 1898.' no. 76618, Dec. 29; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

'•Major rairfax." March, by Simon 
Hasslcr. 926 

Copyright by Simon Hassler. Phila- 
delphia. 1898,'uo. 76916, Dec. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

March. Robert Yolkmann ; arranged lor 
pipe organ by Reginald Barrett, no. 
1 in E flat. 927 

no. 2 in C. 928 

no. 3 in F minor. 929 

Copvright by .) Fischer & brother, 
New York. 1S98. nos. 76755. 76757, 
76758. Dec. 29; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 
29, 1898. 

March of the royal guards. By Julius 

Rosenberg. [Piano. | 930 

Copvright bv M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1898, no. 77150, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

March of the vigilant. By J. C. Wright. 

931 
Copyright bv F. Chandler Wright, 
Wilmington, I el. 1698, no. 77139, Dec. 
30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 189S. 

March, "Salute to Trenton/' by Albert 
Winkler. Hand. 933 

Copyright by Albert Winkler, Phila- 
delphia. ' 1898, no. 77133, Dec. 30; L' cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 3D. 1898. 

March, The helle of Wilmington, by .1. Cj 
Wright. 933 

Copyright by J. C. Wright, Wilming- 
ton, Del. 189S, no. 77Ki7, 1 )ec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Marcbe pontificate, for the piano, four 
hands, by Ch. Gounod; edited and lin- 
gered Uy Louis Oesterle. 934 
Copyright i>y G. Schirrner, New York. 
1898, iio. 77060, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

May morning. Mrs. Joseph Robinson; 
arranged for pipe organ by Reginald 
Barrett. 935 

Copyright by J. Fischer &. brother, 
New York. 1898, no. 76750, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Memories of home. Words by Judsou 
W. Elliott; music bv Minnie E. Elliott. 

936 
Copyright by Judson W. Elliott, Min- 
neapolis. 1898, no. 76926, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Menuet. Beethoven : op. 49, no. 2 ; edited 
by Chas. Wilbur MacDonald. 937 

Copyright by H. F. Chandler, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76676, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

For the pianoforte, by Agathe 

Backer-Griindahl : op. 20, no. 4 ; revised 
and fingered by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 

938 
Conyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. " 1898, no. 77164, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Merry coppersmiths. March caprice, bv 

Paul Martin. 939 

Copyright by Louis Rettermusic co., 

St. Louis. 1898, no. 71307, Dec. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

Merry (The) shoeblack. Action song for 
boys. Words by A. J. Foxwell ; music 
by C. Hutchins Lewis; revised by G. 
Burton. 940 

Copyright by J. Fischer & brother, 
New York. 1898, no. 76124, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Merry sunshine. Waltz, by Carl Sontag. 

941 
Copyright by Louis Rettermusic co., 
St. Louis. 1898, no. 71312, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

Merry wedding bells. Schottish caprice, 
by T. H.Rollinson. 942 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899. no. 6, Jan. 2; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 28, 1898. 

Mexicana (La). By Leon Savarro. Band. 

943 
Copyright bv Brand pub. co., Cincin- 
nati. 1898, no! 77097, Dec. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Minnehaha. By Margaret C. Brown. 944 
Copyright by Margaret Coole Brown, 
Detroit. 1898, no.'" 76672, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898, 

Minnie Belle grand march, for piano or 
organ, by Fred. A. Fillmore. 945 

Copyright by Fillmore brothers, Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 70793, Dec. 5; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 10, 1898. 

Missing from the ranks. Words by James 

Degnan ; music by Charles Miller. 946 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. 1898, no. 68114, Nov. 21; 

2 copies rec'd Nov. 21, 1898. 

Modesto (La). Mazurka brillante, for 
the pianoforte, by F. Dervient: op. 48; 
revised and fingered by W. S. B. Ma- 
thews. 947 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898) no. 77165, Dec. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Moment musical, for piano, by A. O. 

Theoph. Astenius: op. 2. 948 

Copyright by H. F. Chandler, Chi- 

cauo. 1898, no. 76677, Dec. 29; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Monte Cristo waltzes ; composed by Syd- 
ney P. Harris. * 949 
Copyright by Sydney P. Harris, St. 
Louis. 1898, no. 75928, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

My saffron-colored Sue. Words by Rich- 
ard Carle; music by Alfred E. Aarons. 

950 
Copyright by Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 72729, Dec. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Naval cadet march, by Fred Beyer. 951 
Copyright by Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 1898, no. 71310, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

Neue liebe. My new love. Music by Paul 
Hassenstein: op. 84. Leipzig, Breit- 
kopf & Hartel. 952 

Copyright bv Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1898", nd. 76604, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Nevermore. Words by G. Hubi-New- 
combe; music by Alfred Redhead, no. 
1. in D flat. London, Edwin Ash- 
down, ltd. 953 

Copyright by Edwin Ashdown, Lon- 
don. 1898, no. 76602, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

New (A) song. Words by Fanny J. : 
Crosby; music by M. E. UpJiam. 954 
Copyright by M. E. Upham, New 
York. " 1898. no. 77561, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Nocturne. For tbe pianoforte, by Agathe 
Backer Grundahl: op. 20, no. 2; re- 
vised and lingered by Jaroslaw de 
Zielinski. 955 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 77162, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Nur. Only. Music by Hans Hermann. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hiirtel. 956 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, | 
Leipzig. 1898, no. 76611, Dec. 29; 2 i 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

O give thanks to the Lord! Anthem, j 
composed by Heury John King. 957 i 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1898,' no. 59243, Oct. 8 ; 2 cop- i 
ies rec'd Oct. 8, 1898. 

O salutaris! Hail happy day of rest. 
Sacred song, composed by E. J. Bieder- | 
mann. Alto or baritone (E flat). 958! 

Copyright by J. Fischer & brother, 
New York. 1898, no. 76127, Dec. 27; 2 \ 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

O'er the hill, o'er the dale. Soprano and 
alto duet, arranged from Glover, by A. 
Beirly. * 959 

Copyright by A. Beirly, Chicago. 
1898, no. 77124, Dec 30; 2 copies reed 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

On the lake. By J. C. Meininger. 960 
Copyright by Louis Retter music co., 
St. Louis. 1898, no. 71308, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

On the shores of the Nile. By C. Gale- 
otti: op. 78; edited and lingered by 
Thos. a Becket. 961 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1898. no. 77457, Dec. 31 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Oriental (The) Pas-ma-la. Words and 
music by Tony Stanford; arranged by 
C. W.Reinhart. 962 

Copyright by Tony Stanford, New 
York. 1898, no. 75785,^Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Our loved one. Song, by E. Antoinette 
Johnson: op. 1. 963 

Copyright by Kunkel brothers, St. 
Louis. 1898, no. 77480, Dec. 31; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Our senators. March and two-step, bv 
M. M. Klaiss. 964 

Copyright bv Chas. D. Tuttle, Phil 
adelphia. 1898, no. 76133, Dec. 27; 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Passe-pied and madrigal. L. Delibes; 
arranged for pipe organ by Reginald 
Barrett. 965 

Copyright by J. Fischer & brother, 
New York. 1898. no. 76753, Dec. 29; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Pastorale. B. Stavenhagen; arranged 
for pipe organ bv Reginald Barrett 

966 

Copyright by J. Fischer & brother 

ew York. 1898, no. 7671 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Petite berceuse. Cradle song, for the 
pianoforte, bv V. Dolmelsch: op. 20. 

967 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 77160, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Phantasy pictures. (Fa n t a s i eb i 1 de r . ) 
Tone piece for the pianoforte, by Otto 
Mailing: op. 16; revised and fingered 
bv Jaroslaw de Zielinski. nos. 3, 5. 

968, 969 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia, 1898. nos. 77158, 77159, Dec. 
30; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Pickaninny, it's time you was in bed. 

Words and music by Raymond A. 

Browne. 970 

Copyright by Charles O. Brokaw, St. 

Joseph, Mo. 1898, no. 52806, Sept. 8; 

2 copies rec'd Sept. 12, 1898. 
Picnic (The). Music by A. Beirly. 971 
Copyright bv A. Beirly, Chicago. 

1898. no. 77128^ Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 30, 1898. 
Place a light to guide me home. Waltz, 

arranged by W. H. Mackie for or- 
chestra, 972 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1898, no. 77110, Dec 30; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Politicians are very good. Words by 
.lames Horton ; music bv G. L. French. 

973 

Copyright by J. Horton, New York. 

1898, no. 76910, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 30, 1898. 

Polonaise. For piano, by Theodore Lack : 

op. 46; edited and lingered by Louis 

Oesterle. 971 

Copyright by G. Schirnier, New York. 

1898. no. 7707."). Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 30, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Prelude. For the pianoforte, by H. 
Pachulski: op. 8, no. 1; revised and 
lingered by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 975 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 66285, Nov. 12; 2 
copies ree'd Dee. 30, 1898. 

Press toward the mark. Words by C. U. ; 

music by M. E. Uphain. 976 

Copyright by M. E. Uphain, New 

York. 1898, no. 77556, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 

ree'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Prophet of peace; a Christmas exercise. 
Words bv Ida-Scott Taylor; music bv 
A. Beirly. 1 977 

Copyright by Alfred Beirly, Chicago. 



1898, no. 70695, Dec. 
Dec. 5, 1898. 



copies ree'd 



Quadrille "II Vesuvio," by G. De Ste- 
fano; arranged by B. Milano. Orches- 
tra. 978 
Copyright bv G. De Stefano, Phila- 
delphia. 1898. no. 71073, Dec. 19 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 19, 1898. 

Queen (The) of the Tenderloin. Words 
by Dan Packard; music by Leo. E. 
Berliner. 979 

Copvright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 1898, no. 67809, Nov. 19; 
2 copies ree'd Nov. 19, 1898. 

Eauhreif. White frost. Music by Hans 
Hermann. Leipzig. Breitkopf & 

Hartel. 980 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1898, no. 76612, Dec. 29 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Rear-Admiral Schley's waltz, by Miss 

Lena Martel. 981 

Copvright bv Lena Martel, Franklin, 

La. 1898, no. v 76920, Dec. 30; 2 copies 

ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Reginald Barrett's transcriptions for the 

pipe organ [no. 1250.] 982 

Copyright bv J. Fischer & brother, 

New York. 1898. no. 76760. Dec. 29; 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Remembrance of Hartford march, for 
pianoforte, by James M. Fulton. 983 
Copyright by Harrv Coleman, Phila- 
delphia. 1898. no. 77155, Dec. 30 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Requiem, bv Sep. Winner; arranged by 
H. R. Anders for band. 984 

Copyright by H. R. Anders, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 77131, Dec. 30; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



Reverie. Petite morceau, by W. K. Bass- 
ford: op. 132, no. 1. Piano solo. 985 
Copyright bv Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia.'" 1898, no. 77152, Dec. 31; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Romance sans paroles. Saiut-Saens ; 
arranged for guitar by C. F. Elzear 
Fiset. 986 

Copyright by Stewart & Bauer, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 76748, Dec. 29; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Rosebud polka, mazurka, schottische, 
waltz, galop. H. Engelmann; op. 336; 
nos. 6-10. 987-991 

Copvright bv Theodore Presser. Phil- 
adelphia, 1898, nos. 77417, 77118, 77411- 
77113, Dec. 31; 2 copies each ree'd Dec. 
30, 1898. 

Rough Riders. Military march for piano, 
by H. Engelmann : op. 327. 992 

Copyright bv Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 77476, Dec. 31; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Satisfied. Words by Fanny J. Crosby; 
music by M. E. Upham. 993 

Copvright bv M. E. Upham, New 
York/ 1898, no. 77560, Dec. 31; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Scherzo, by Franz Schubert; edited and 
fingered by Maurito Leefson. 991 

Copvright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 77455, Dec. 31; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Seguidilla, Spanish dance, for piano, 

by Ernest Lent : op. 5. 995 

Copyright by John F. Ellis & co., 

Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 29019. 

May 9 ; 2 copies ree'd May 9, 1898. 

Selection from "The Fortune teller," by 
Victor Herbert; arranged by Otto 
Langey for band. 996 

Copvright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 77116, Dec. 30; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Selection of themes from the music to 
"Much ado about nothing," composed 
by Edward Germer. London, Nov- 
ello & co., limited. 1. In Leonato's 



srarden. 



997 



2. At the masque. 998 

3. Hero and Claudio. 999 

4. Dogberry. 1000 

5. Interlude. 1001 

6. Entrance of Don Pedro. 1002 

Copyright by Novello & co., limited, 

London. 1898,^0. 76620-76625, Dec. 29 ; 

2 copies each ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



184 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Short settings of the Office for the holy 
communion, including Benedietus and 
agnus Dei ; by Myles B. Foster, no. 37. 
London, Novello & co., limited. 1003 
Copyright by Novello & co., limited, 
London. 1898. no. 76619, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898 

Six little letters, m, o, t, h, e, r. By George 
Cooper and Charles Robinson. Ar- 
ranged by H. Bauer. 1004 
Copyright by Heinrich Bauer. New 
York/ 1898, no. 59307, Oct. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Oct. 10, 1898. 

Sleeping beauty. Melody, by Carl Sidus. 

1005 
Copyright by Kunkel brothers, St. 
Louis. 1898, no. 77481, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
Snow (The) man march, by Van Orman ; 
arranged for mandolin and guitar by 
W. G. Bailey. 1006 

Copyright by Bailey music co., Jack- 
son, Mich. 1898, no. 67672, Nov. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Society march, for piano, by H. Engel- 
mann: op. 331. 1007 

Copyright by Theodore Pressor, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 77463, Dee.3l'; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 
Soldiers' march, by Franz Rbeineck. 1008 
Copyright by Louis Better music co., 
St. Louis. 1898, no. 71303, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 
Song (A) of eventide. Words by Edward 
Tesckeruaeher; music by George H. 
Clutsam. London, Musical maga- 

zines, ltd. 1009 

Copyright bv H. B. Stevens co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no* 71825, Dec. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 8, 1898. 
Song of the Fates. (Gesang der Parzen). 
Poem by Goethe; music by Stefan 
Stocker; English translation by J. 
Troutbeck. London, Novello & co., 
limited. 1010 

Copyright by Novello & co., limited, 
London. 1898, no. 76616, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
Song of the peasants. By Alfonso Ren- 
dando. Piano. 1011 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 77453, Dec. 31 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 
Song (A) of seasons. Quartet or chorus 
for women's voices. Words by Frank 
L. Stanton ; music bv C. B. Hawley. 

1012 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 77071, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sonnenschein. (Sunshine.) Music by 
Franz Ponitz: op. 55. Leipzig, 
Breitkopf &. Hiirtel. 1013 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1898," no. 76608, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Sorrowful. (Liedvoll.) Characteristic 
piece for the piano, by Edward Rohde: 
op. 50; edited and fingered by Louis 
Oesterle. 1014 

Copyright by G. Schirmer. New York. 
1898, no. 77065, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

South Car'lina tickle. Cake walk, by 
Adam Geibel, for piano. 1015 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia: 1898. no. 77456, Dec. 31 ; 
2 copies reed Dec. 30, 1898. 
Southern beauty waltzes, by Albert W. 
Newman ; arranged by George Voelker 
for orchestra. 1016 

Copyright by J. F. Bellois, jr., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 77136, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 
Spanish (The) retreat. Song of the 
Cuban war. Words by Amos H. Car- 
penter; music by John A. Paterson. 

1017 

Copyright bv Amos H. Carpenter, 

Stockton, Cal. ' 1898, no. 74909, Dec. 22 ; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Spring. From the Russian of Fr. Tiut- 

chef, by Nathan Haskell Dole. Chorus 

for men's voices, bv N. Sokolow : op. 15, 

no. 3. 101.8 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

1898, no. 77072, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 30, 1898. 

Stella. March, by Chester H. Beebe. 

1019 

Copyright by Stella council, No. 400 

A. L. of H., Brooklyn. 1898, no. 76737, 

Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Still He is seeking. Words by Zemira 

Wallace; music by M. E. Upharn. 1020 

Copyright by M. E. Upharn, New 

York. 1898, no. 77553, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Sunset glow. Reverie, by W. E. C. 

Howard. 1021 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 1898. no. 77465, Dec. 31 ; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Swellest (De) dressed gal in town. 

Words by N. J. Cldsi; music by Hy. 

Wehrmann. 1022 

Copyright by Hy. Wehrmann and 

N. J. Clesi, New Orleans. 1898, no. 

76922, Dec, 30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 

1898. 



185 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued* 



Titles — Continued. 

They're couiin' back again. Words and 
music by Albeit W. Dikenian. 1023 

Copyright by Albeit \V. Dikemnn, 



Middle Grove, HI. 1S}»8, im. 77103. 

■X); 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30. 1898. 



Dec. 



Those loving eyes. 
fur piano, by H. 



Copyright by Theodore 
Philadelphia. i898. no. 77475. 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30. 1898. 



Petite raise caprice, 

Kngelmann : on. 320. 

1024 

Presser, 

Dec. 31; 



To spring. For the pianoforte, by E. 
Grieg: op. 43, no. 6; edited and lin- 
gered by Manrits Leefson. 1025 
Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1898. no. 77451. Dee. 31; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

To thee. (A toi.) 
Paul Lebrun. 



(Idvlle.) Music by 
1026 



Copyright by Theodore Presser. 
Philadelphia. i898. no. 77449, Dec. 31 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 31. 1898. 

Torchlight march. (Marche aux flam- 
beaux. ) For the piano, four hands, by 
Scotson Clark; edited and Angered 
by Louis Oesterle. 1027 

Copyright by G. Sckiriner, New 



York. 1898, no. 77064, 
ies rec'd Dec. 30. 1898. 



Dec. 30; 2 cop- 



Tristan und Isolde. Richard Wagner. 
Die nacht der liebe, akt 2. Bearb. v. 
Oscar Bie. Leipzig, Breitkopf & 
Hartel. 1028 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1898, no. 76606, Dec. 29 : 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Troyatore (II). (The troubadour.) Opera 
in 4 acts, by Giuseppe Verdi; libretto 
by S. Cammarano; English version by 
Natalia Macfarren. [Vocal score and 
piano.] 1029 

Copyright bv G. Schirmer, New 
York. 1898, no' 77061, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Twelye little studies for the pianoforte, 
for the development of velocity. Louis 
Kohler: op. 157; revised, fingered, and 
annotated by W. S. B. Mathews. 1030 
Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia, w 1898."no. 74272, Dec. 19; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1898. 

Two lives. Soprano or tenor in A flat. 
By John E. Webster. 1031 

Copyright bv John F. Ellis & co. 
Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 29047, 
May 9 ; 2 copies rec'd May 9, 1898. 



Tyrolean ail 
Wohlt'ahrt. 



Titles — Continued. 

ith variations, by 



H. 

1032 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 77467, Dec. 31: 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 3t>, 1898. 

Uncle Henry's march, by Louis Eetter. 

1033 
Copyright by Louis Eetter music co., 
St. Louis. 1898, no. 71302, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 

Valse a dauser. for the piano, by Ben- 
jamin Godard: op. 124; edited and 
fingered by Louis Oesterle. 1034 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New Y'ork. 
1898.no. 77074, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec.' 30, 1898. 

Valse arabesque,- by Theodore Lack; ed- 
ited and fingered by Manrits Leefson. 

1035 
Copyright by Theodore Presser. 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 77462, Dec. 31 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 33, 1898. 

Valse noble, for the pianoforte, by Lud- 
wig Schytte: op. 102, no. 2; reyised 
and fingered by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 

1036 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia, 1898, no. 77161, Dec. 30 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Varsity march, by Chas. L. Van Baur. 

Piano solo. 1037 

Copyright by E. J. Denton, New 

Y^ork/ 1899, no. 3, Jan. 2 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 9. 1898. 

Village (The) minstrels. Words by A. J. 
Fox well; music by C. Hutchins Lewis ; 
revised by G. Burton. 1038 

Copyright by J. Fischer & bro., New 
York." 1898, no. 76126, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Vivandiere (The). Two-step march, bv 
J. Fred. O'Connor. 1039 

Conyright bv Chas. Schackford. Bos- 
ton. "1898. no. 76675, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Waldweben-studie. Bv Oscar Bie. 

Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 1040 

Copyright bv Breitkopf & Hartel. 

Leipzig. 1898,' no. 76605, Dec. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Weddin' (De) mornin'. Words and mu- 
sic by George Howard. London, 
Musical magazines, ltd. 1041 
Copyright by H. B. Stevens co., Bos 

™ 1QQ« nn TlSOfi Tian CI • 9 r>n™a< 



ton. 1898. no. 71826 
rec'd Dec. 8, 1898 



Dec. 9; 2 copies 



186 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Welcome to spring. Voila le printemps. 
Waltz, for the pianoforte, by F. Devri- 
ent: op. 46; revised and fingered by 
W.S.B. Mathews. 1042 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia, 1898, no. 77166, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

West Virginia herald two-step, composed 

by Adah C. Jones. 1043 

Copyright bv Ida C. Jones, Catletts- 

burg, Ky. 1898, no. 75936, Dec. 27; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Western empire march, for piano, by W. 

E. C. Howard. 1044 

Copyright bv Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 1898, no. 77472, Dec. 31 ; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

When the Spanish flag came down. 
Words and music by Margaret M. 
Darling. 1045 

Copyright by Margaret M. Darling, 
North'Hector, N. Y. 1898, no. 77102, 
Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Wife in name only. Words and music 

by John F. Crowiey. 1046 

Copyright by Geo. Willig &. co., 

Baltimore. 1898, no. 77083, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Wild (The) rose. Words by Birdie Bell ; 

music by A. Beirly. 1047 

Copyright by A. Beirly, Chicago. 

1898, no." 77119/ Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 30, 1898. 

With best wishes. A composite march, 
arranged by F. W. Meacham. [Piano.] 

1048 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 77142, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

World (The) of shadows. Song. Words 
by Clifton Bingham; music by Edith 
Cooke. London, J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd. In D. 1049 

In E flat. 1050 

In F. 1051 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 1898, nos. 76889-76891, Dec. 
30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1888. 

Yo, ho, gallant sailors. Words and mu- 
sic by Richard Earle. 1052 
Copyright by A. Beirly, Chicago. 
1898, no. 77121, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

You were the one I loved the best. Waltz, 
arranged by W. H. Mackie for orchestra. 

1053 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 77149, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

You're my color, but you aint my kind. 

By Lew Sully. 1054 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. ' 1898, no. 67807, Nov. 19; 

2 copies rec'd Nov. 19, 1898. 

Zacatecas march, arranged for brass and 

reed band by C. W. Niles. 1055 

Copyright by C. W. Niles, Auburn, 

Ind. 1898, no. 76767, Dec. 29; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Zinkenist (Der). The musician. Music 
b} 7 Hans Hermann. Leipzig, Breit- 
kopf & Hiirtel. 1056 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1898, uo. 76610, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

1st Mississippi two-step for piano, by 

Serg't Arthur W. Fridge. 1057 

Copyright by L. Grunewald c o . , 

limited, New Orleans. 1898, no. 76917, 

Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



V. MAPS AND 



(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title 

Catalogue.) 



CHARTS. 

For iiidcx of proprietors see end of 



Titles. 

Blanchard, Page county, Iowa (Insurance 

map of). Nov., 1898'. 76 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 77171, Dec. 30 ; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Coin, Page county, Iowa (Insurance map 

of). Nov., 1898. 77 

Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 77151, Dec. 30; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Cumberland, Cass county, Iowa (Insur- 
ance map of). Nov., 1898. 78 
Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 77236, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Elliott, Montgomery countj', Iowa (Insur- 
ance map of). Nov., 1898. 79 
Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1898, no. 77235, Dec. 30 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



187 



MAPS AND CHARTS— CoxXTiM id. 



county, 
map of). Nov., 1898. 
Copyright by H. 



Titles — Continued. 

Kxiia. Audubon county, Iowa (Insurance 

map of). Nov.. 1898. 80 

Copvright bv H. Bennett. Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1898. no. 77237, Dec. 30; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 30. 1898. 

Gravity, Taylor county. Iowa (Insur- 
ance map. of). Nov.,i898. 81 
Copyright bv H. Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids. Iowa, * 1898, no. 772o8, Dec. 30 ; ! 
2 copies reed Dec. 30, 1898. 

Knox. Indiana (Edwards' map of). 82 
Copyright bv John P. Edwards, ! 
Knox, Ind. 1898, no. 68196, Nov. 22; 2 . 
copies ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Lewis, Cass county, Iowa (Insurance 

83 j 
Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids. Iowa. 1898, no. 77210, Dec. 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 30. 1898. 

Manila. 81 j 

Copyright by Philippines co., New 



Title* — Continued. 

Maryland. 85 

Copyright bv Mutual life insurance 
co . New York. ' 1898, no 76929, Dee. 30 ; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 30. 1898. 

Moville, Woodbury county, Iowa (In- 
surance map of). Nov., 1898. 86 
Copyright bv H. Bennett. Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. ' 1898, no. 77239, Dec. 30 ; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Stanton, Montgomery county, Iowa (In- 
surance map of). Nov., 1898. 87 
Copyright by H. Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. ' 189s, no. 77241, Dec. 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 30, 189S. 

Tabor. Fremont county, Iowa (Insur- 
ance map of). Nov., 1898. 88 
Copyright bv H. Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. " 1898, no. 77212, Dec. 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 



York. 1>99, no. 3336, 
ree'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



Jan. 



/ ; z copies 



VI. ElSTG-RAVIISraS. CUTS, AND PRINTS 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see cud of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Art (An) reform. 136 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
inanu, New York. 1899, no. 2061, Jan. 
3; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 1, 1899. 

Bachelor (The). 137 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1899, no. 2056, Jan. 
3; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 1, 1899. 

Blockhouse (The) at San Juan. 138 

Copyright by Geo. Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 77571, Dec. 31 : 
2 copies ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Cactus dahlias. 139 

Copyright bv Henry A. Dreer, incor- 
porated Philadelphia. 1899. no. 2053, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Cavite navy-yard headquarrers. 110 

Copyright by Joseph L. Sticknev, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 2935, Jan. 6; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Climbino- moss rose. 



Ill 



Copyright bv Henrv A. Dreer, incor- 
porated Philadelphia! 1899, no. 2051, 
Jan. 3 ; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

14322— Vol. 18, No. 4 3 



Cuban (The) volante. Feature cut 1, 
1899. 112 

Copyright by American press asso- 
ciation, New York. 1898, no. 77573, 
Dec. 31 ; 2 copies ree'd Doc. 31, 1898. 
Daudet (Alphonse) and his secretary at 
Chaniprosay. 113 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 37, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
Daudet (Madame). Ill 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 35, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
Devine qui j'amene. 145 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 13, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 3. 1899. 
Dreer 's show dahlias. 146 

Copyright by Henry A. Dreer, incor- 
porated Philadelphia'. 1899, no. 2051, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
Easily arranged. 117 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
man n. New York. 1899, no. 2065, Jan. 
3; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 1, 1899. 



188 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Education (The) of Mr. Pipp. 18. 148 
Copyright by Life pub. co., New York. 
1898, no. 77575, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 31, 1898. 



Elle s'arreta une minute. 



149 



Copyright by Little, Browu and com- 
pany, Boston/ 1899, no. 39, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

En voyant entrer sa petite h'lle. 150 

Copyright by Little, Browu and com- 
pany, Boston. 1899, no. 28, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 3,1899. 

Et d'un mouvement irresistible. 151 

Copyright by Little, Brown and com- 
pany, Boston. 1899, no. 41, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Exempt. 152 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1899. no. 2075, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Forecastle of the " Isla de Luzon," upset 
by American shell. 153 

Copyright bv Joseph L. Stickney, 
Chicago. 1899," no. 2934, Jan. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Gate of the navy yard, Cavito. 154 

Copyright by Joseph L. Stickney, 
Chicago. 1899,'no. 2929, Jan. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Gathering roses. 155 

Copyright by Christian Klackner, 
New York. 1899, no. 160, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

General (Le) indiqua au juge. 15G 

Copyright by Little, Brown and com- 
pany, Boston. 1899, no. 32, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Goldenrod. 157 

Copyright by Christian Klackner, 
New York. 1899, no. 162, Jan. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Goncourt (Edmond de). 158 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 36, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Great men make great nations (1). 159 
Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2045, Jan 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Gunboat "Petrel" and cruiser "Balti- 
more" shelling the Spanish batteries. 

160 
Copyright by Joseph L. Stickney, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 2930, Jan. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Hard (A) row to hoe. 161 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,'New York. 1899, no. 2063, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

; He is learning better. 162 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann. New York. 1899, no. 2055, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

He translates. 163 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mauu/New York. 1899, no. 2072, Jan. 
3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

( Her suggestion. 164 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 2068, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Hunter mountain. 165 

Copvright by H. A. Rost print and 
pub. co., New' York. 1899, no. 2050, 
Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

lis s'arretereut d'abord sur le banc du 

Paulonia. 166 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 

i Boston. 1899, no. 38, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Jenigan (Richard) lisant. 167 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 33, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Journey (The) to the second floor was 

much longer. 168 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 

Boston. 1899, no. 34, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Lydie giu'-rie de sa blessure. 169 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 31, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Martyr (A) to principle. 170 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1899, no. 2060, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

National (The) incubator. (2.) 171 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York.' 1899, no. 2047, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

New single dahlias. 172 

Copyright by Henrv A. Dreer, incor- 
porated, Philadelphia'. 1899, no. 2052, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Not specific enough. (4.) 173 

Copyright bv Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2048, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



189 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS,, AND PRINTS— CONTINUED. 



Titles — Continued. 

Olympia's forward turret guns. 174 

Copyright l>v .Joseph L. Stickney, 
Chicago. 1899," no. 2931, Jan. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Olympia's men cooling off. 175 

Copyright by Joseph L. Stickney, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 2933, Jan. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Olympia's seamen cheering the Balti- 
more. 176 
Copyright by Joseph L. Stickney, 
Chicago. 1899,* no. 2928, Jan. 6 : 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Palm-Sunday, church of the Heavenly 
rest. 177 

Copyright by Christian Klackner, 
New Vork. 1899, no. 161, Jan. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Pleasant (A) inquiry. 178 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 2064, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Postponing the operation. 179 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun, New York. 1899. no. 2059, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899, 

Pretty good proof. 180 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 1899, no. 2062, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Princeton (The) girl. 181 

Copyright by Warren Shinn, Woods- 
town, 'N. J. i898.no. 76904, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Puzzle picture. 182 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu.'New York. 1899, no. 2057, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Quotation (A). 183 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 2071, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Rare (A) curiosity. 184 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,New York. 1899, no. 2070, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jau. 4, 1899. 

Rencontre du Prince Charlexis. 185 

Copyright by Little, Brown &. com- 
pany, Boston. 1899, no. 30, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Remains of the cruiser " Don Antonio de 
Ulloa." 186 

Copyright by Joseph L. Stickney, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 2932, Jan. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Risler s'etait leve. 187 

Copyright by Little, Brown & oo., 
Boston. 1899, no. 42, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Section of secondary crushing battery. 

188 
Copyright by Union iron works, San 
Francisco. 1899, no. 158, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

She grows fretful. 189 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,' New York. 1899, no. 2069, Jan: 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Sidonie appeared on the balcony. 190 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 40, Jan 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1809. 

Similarity (The). (3.) 191 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2016, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Spanish cruisers sunk by Dewey. 192 

Copyright by Joseph L. Stickney, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 2927, Jan. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Sure-enough (A) example. 193 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 2074, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Terupora mutantui\ 194 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 2058, Jan. 
3 5 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Ten-stanm secondary crushing gold mill. 

195 
Copyright by Union iron works, San 
Francisco. 1899, no. 159. Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Trouve encore un Prussian mort. 196 

Copyright by Little, Brown &, co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 26, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Unconcerned. 197 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 2076, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Valmajour, si tu nous touchais. 198 

Copj T right by Little, Brown & com- 
pany, Boston. 1899, no. 29, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Vers le soir. 199 

Copyright by Little, Brown & com- 
pany, Bostoa. ' 1899, no. 27, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



190 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 



200 



Very improbable. 

Copyright Iby Keppler & Schwarz- 
mahn, New York. 1899, no. 2067, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Wanted a trustful public. 201 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 2073, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 



Tiff ex — Con ti nued . 

Waterloo. Iowa. (Panoramic bird's eye 

view of) 202 

Copyright bv YV. H. Hartman co., 

Waterloo, Iowa. 1899, no. 3838, Jan. 7 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Who will haul it down I 203 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann/Now York. 1899, no. 2066, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Hennessy Le Royle, portrait, no. 3599. 

52 
Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 77337, Dec. 
31; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

How's me and me dog? no. 3808. 53 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 77335, Dee. 
31; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Something and it. no. 3607. 54 

Copyright by United States printing 
co.. Cincinnati. 1898. no. 77334, Dec. 
31; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2. 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sonbrette. no. 3559. 55 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 77336, Dec. 
31; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2. 1899. 

Stand. 28-sheet. (N.Y.,8308.) 56 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. eo., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 72067, Dec. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

About to enter locks, Soo, Mich. 162 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. 1898, no 77190, Dec. 30 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

After the hunt. 163 

Copyright by Christian Klackner, 
New York. 1899, no. 170, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

"Anatomical (An) study." no. 195. 161 
Copyright by S. J. Call, U. S. 1899, 
no. 2090, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 
1899. 

Approaching the looks, Soo, Mich. 165 
Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Midi. 1898, no. 77207, Dec. 30 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



Titles— Continued. 

Arch rock, Mackinac Island, Mich. 166 
Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. 1898, no. 77201, Dec 30 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
"Bear," a Siberian Esquimo interpreter, 
no. 228. 167 

Copyright by S. J. Call, U. S. 1899, 
no. 2091, Jan 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 
1899. 
Boats in lock, Soo, Mich. 168 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. 1898, no. 77211, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

land, Mi 

169 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. * 1898, no. 77200, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



191 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Contin ued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Bnrnbrae's fireside. Drnmtochty. 170 

Copyright by Albert Armstrong, 
Boston. 1899, no. 2473, Jan. 4; 2 cop- 
ies reed Jan. 4, 1899. 

Castle rock, St. Ignace, Mich. 171 

Copyright bv A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. * 1898, no. 77191, Dec. 30; 
2 copies reed Dec. 29, 1898. 

Child (The) of Mary. (With candles. 

Ilfby9i.) 172 

Copyright by Christian Klackner, 

New York. 1899, no. 168. Jan. 3; 2 

copies ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Chimes of St. Michael's church. 173 

Copyright by C. X. Beesley. Charles- 
ton, S. C. 1898, no. 64162, Nov. 1; 1 
copy ree'd Oct. 19, 1898; 1 copy ree'd 
Dec. 30, 1898. 

Devil's kitchen. Henry's hiding place, 

Mackinac Island. Mich. 174 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 

Marais. Mich. 1898, no. 77196. Dec. 30 ; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Drop the handkerchief. 175 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. * 1898, no. 77203, Dec, 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Entering the locks, Soo, Mich. 176 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais. Mich. 1898, no. 77208, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'dDcc. 29, 1898. 

Fort Mackinac, Mackinac Island, Mich. 

177 
Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. * 1898, no. 77195, Dec. 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Gadsden (Washington McLean), bell- 
ringer of St. Michael's church. 178 
Copyright by C. N. Beesley, Charles- 
ton. S. C. 1898, no. 64163. Nov. 1: 1 copy 
ree'd Oct. 19, 1898; 1 copy ree'd Dec. 
SO, 1898. 

Game loaded for trip home. 179 

Copyright by A. B. McBride. Grand 
Marais. Mich. 1898. no. 77217, Dec. 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Good (A) one. 180 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. 1898. no. 77221, Dec. 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

High tide. 181 

Copyright bv Alba R. II. Foss, Rye, 
N.H. 1899, no. 2850, Jan. 5: 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 5. 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Hunter's cainp lire. 182 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. 1898, no. 77219, Dec. 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Is this an agate ! 183 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. ' 1898, no. 77206, Dec. 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Lee (Maj. Gen. Fitzhugh) and staff. 184 

Copyright by O. Pierre Hayius, 

Jacksonville. Fla. 1898, no. 37724, 

June 20; 1 copy ree'd June 20,1898; 1 

copy ree'd Aug. 6, 1898. 

Lentini (Francisco), nos. 1-4. 185-188 

Copyright by Edena photo, co., 

Philadelphia, 1899, nos. 2474-2477, 

Jan. 4; 2 copies each ree'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Lock gate closed behind boat, Soo, 
Mich. 189, 190 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. 1898, nos. 77209, 77210, 
Dec. 30; 2 conies each ree'd Dec. 29, 
1898. 

Locks and power house, Soo, Mich. 191 
Copyright by A. B. McBride. Grand 
Marais, Mich. " 1898, no. 77204, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec d Dec. 29, 1898. 

Locks park, Soo. Mich. 192 

Copyright by A. P>. McBride. Grand 
Marais. Mich. * 1898. no. 77205, Dec. 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

London bridge. 193 

Copyright by A. B. McBride. Graud 
Marais, Mich. ' 1898, no. 77202, Dec. 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Lovers' leap, Mackinac Island, Mich. 194 
Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais. Mich. 1898, no. 77197, Dec. 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. '29, 1898. 

MacLure (Doctor) — Drumtochty. 195 
Copyright bv Albert Armstrong, Bos- 
ton. *1899, no. 2472, Jan. 4: 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 4, 1899. 



Milton burn — Drumtochtv. 



196 



Copyright by Albert Armstrong, Bos- 
ton. '1899, no. 2470, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

November storm, 1898. 197 

Copyright by Alba R. H. Foss. Rye, 
X. H. " 1899, no. 2818, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Ocean's best. 198 

Copyright by Alba R. H. Foss, Rye. 
N. H. " 1899. no. 2849, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 5, 1899. 



192 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Off for home with game. 199 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. * 1898, no. 77216, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

One, two, three, go ! 200 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. ' 1898, no. 77188. Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Pike's Peak above the clouds. 201 

Copyright by William E. Hook. Col- 
orado Springs^ 1899, no. 2299, Jan. 4; 
2 copies reed Jan. 4, 1899. 

Pine Point hotel coach. 202 

Copyright bv C: V. Pettibone. Fond 
du Lac, Wis. 1899, no. 2079, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Pine Tree cave, St. Ignace, Mich. 203 

Copyright bv A. B. McBride. Grand 
Marais. Mich. " 1898, no. 77193, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Point Lookout, Mackinac island. Mich. 

204 
Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. 1898, no. 77199, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Pontiac's lookout, St. Ignace, Mich. 205 
Copyright by A. B. McBrida, Grand 
Marais. Mich. ' ] 8^8. no. 77192, Dec. 30 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec 29, 1898. 

Preparing supper after a day's hunt. 

20(3 
Copyright by A. B. McBride. Grand 
Marais, Mich . 1898, no. 77215, Dec. 30 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Pulpit rock, Pictured Rocks, Lake Su- 
perior. 207 
Copyright bv A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais. Mich. 1898, no. 77189, Dec. 30 ; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Pups. 208 

Copyright by Christian Klackuer, 
New York. 1899, no. 169, Jan. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Quiet (A) smoke. 209 

Copyright by Arthur 15. Wilder, 
Woodstock, Vt. 1899, no. 2080, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Removing cars from ferry, St. Ignace, 

Mich. ' 210 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 

Marais. Mich. 1898, no. 77191. Dee. 30 ; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Result of a week's hunt. 211 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 

Marais, Mich. 1898. no. 77218, Dec. 30; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sable Falls, Upper Michigan. 212 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 
Marais, Mich. " 1898, no. 77214, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Saint Agnes. 213 

Copyright by Christian Klackner, 
New York. 1899, no. 171, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Santa Barbara mission ; outer corridor 



and fountain. 433. 

Walk in cemetery. 434. 

Brother at fountain. 135. 

Door to cemetery. 438. 

Monk with cowl. 410. 

Church from cemetery. 441. 

Monk at window grill. 448. 

Crucifix in sacristy. 449. 

Entering for morning prayers. 

Blacksmith (The). 452. 

Crucifix in cemetery. 453. 

Corridor and patio. 456. 

Brother with book. -158. 

Outer corridor. 470. 



214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
450. 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 

Copyright by George P. Thresher, 
Bostou. 1899, nos. 2152-2465, Jan. 4; 2 
copies each rec'd Jan. 4. 1899. 

" Shooting, the white whale." no. 17. 

228 
Copyright by S.J. Call, U. S. 1899, 
no. 2(183. Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 
1899. 

Steamer approaching locks from north, 

Soo. Mich. 229 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 

Marais, Mich. 1898. no. 77212. Dec. 30; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Sugar Loaf, Mackinac Island. Mich. 230 
Copyright by A. 1!. Me I hide. Grand 
Marais, Mich. * 1898, no. 77.198, Dee. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

" Sunset from the mesa."' 231 

Copyright by William E. Hook, Colo- 
rado Springs. 1899, no. 164, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Supper at hunter's camp. 232 

Copyright by A. B. McBride, Grand 

Marais, Mich. 1898, no. 77220, Dec 30; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Tochty (The) at lincliantv bridge, Drnin- 
tochtv. 233 

Copyright by Albert Armstrong, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 2171, Jan. I: 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. I, 1899. 



193 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



" Two white whale specimens." no. 18. j "White whale feast. " no. 16. 236 

2 34 Copyright bv 8. J. Call, U. S. 1899, 

Copyright byfS. J. Call, U. S. 1899, ; ]10 . 2082. Jan. 3: 2 copies ree'd Jan. 3, 

no. 2081, Jan. 3; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 3, 1399 

1899. j 

Women made beautiful. 237 

Whalebacks approaching locks from ; Copyright by Tied S. Tinthoff, Chi- 

north,feoo, Mich. 23d « 1} § 9j J ^ Jan 3. 2 c > opies 

Copyright by A. B. MeBride, Grand ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
Maraia, Mich. 1898, no. 77213, Dec. 30; 
2 copies ree'd Dec. 29, 1898/ 



IX. FINE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given ;i list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to' be perfected as 
works of the line arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles, i or index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Cumsean Sibyl. 97 

Copyright by Elihn Vedder, Koiue. 
1899, no. 177. Jan. 3: 1 photograph ree'd 
Jan. 3, 1899. 

Daniel in Babylon. 98 

Copyright by Providence lithograph 
co.. Providence. 1898, no. 77224, Dec. 
30; 1 photogragb ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Daniel in the den of lions. 99 

Copyright by Providence lithograph 
co., Providence. 1898. no. 77229, Dec. 
30; 1 photograph ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Encouraging the builders. 100 ' 

Copyright by Providence lithograph , 
co.. Providence. 1898, no. 77233,' Dec. 
30; 2 copies ree'd Dec 30, 1898. 

Ezekicl's great vision. 101 \ 

Copyright by Providence lithograph 
co., Providence. 1898. no, 77230, Dec. 1 
30; 1 photograph ree'd Dec. 30. 1898. 

Front panel — Koppe. 102 j 

Copyright bv Hoffmann & Procbazka, j 
New York. "l899, no. 3340, Jan. 7; 1 
photograph ree'd Jan. 7. 1899. 

Gracious (The) invitation. 103 

Copyright by Providence lithograph i 
co., Providence. 1898, no. 77223. Dec. j 
,30; 1 photograph ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Handwriting (The) on the wall. 104 j 

Copyright by Providence lithograph : 
co., Providence. 1898. no. 77220, Dec. 
30; 1 photograph ree'd Dec. 30, 18S8. 

Hebrews (The) in the fiery furnace. 105 
Copyright by Providence litho- 
graph co., Providence. 1898, no. 
77225, Dec. 30; 1 photograph ree'd Dec. 
30, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Hobson on the "Merrimac." no. 1. 106 

Copyright by H.T. See. New York. 

1898, no. 77602, Dec. 31; 2 'copies ree'd 
Dec. 31, 1898. 

liosiannah. By O. Linguer. 107 

Copyright by Rich. Bong, kunstver- 
lag, Berlin, 1898. no. 64339, Nov. 2; 1 
photograph ree'd Nov. 2, 1898. 

ideal head. 108 

Copyright by Elihu Tedder, Pome. 

1899, no. 178/ Jan. 3: 1 photograph 
ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

In the meadow. 109 

Copyright by Frank H. Bresler, Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 174, Jan. 3; 1 pho- 
tograph ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Lake county Indian, squaw and papoose. 

110 
Copyright by O'Hara and Livermore, 
San Francisco. 1899, no. 175, Jan. 3; 2 
copies ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Moorish rug seller. Ill 

Copyright by Frank H. Bresler, Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 173, Jan. 3 ; 1 photo- 
graph ree'd Jan. 3. 1899. 

New (The) heart. 112 

Copyright by Providence lithograph 
co., Providence. 1898, no. 77227, Dec. 
30; 1 photograph ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Power through the Spirit. 113 

Copyright by Providence lithograph 
co., Providence. 1898, no. 77231, Dec. 
30; 2 copies ree'd Dec. 30. 1898. 

Questioner of the Sphinx. 114 

Copyright by Elihu Vedder, Rome. 
1899, no. 179, Jan. 3 ; 1 photograph ree'd 
Jan. 3, 1899. 



194 

FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Rear panel. Koppe. 115 

Copyright by Hoffmann &■ Pro- 
ckazka, New York. 1899, no. 3341, Jan. 
7; 1 photograph rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Rebuilding the temple. 116 

Copyright by Providence lithograph 
co., Providence. 1898, no. 77232, Dec. 
30; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Returning from captivity. 117 

Copyright by Providence lithograph 
co.. Providence. 1898. no. 77231, Dec, 
30; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

River (The) of salvation. 118 

Copyright by Providence lithograph 
co., Providence. 1898, no. 77228. Dec. 
30; 1 photograph rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

St. Cecilia. 119 

Copyright by Elihu Vedder. Rome. 
1899, no. 176, Jan. 3 ; 1 photograph rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1899/ 

Samson. 120 

Copyright by Elihu Vedder, Rome. 
1899, no. 180, Jan. 3; 1 photograph rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1899. 

Schmitt monument. 121 

Copyright by Hoffmann & Procka/ka, 
New York. 1899, no. 3342, Jan. 7; 1 
photograph rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Side panel. Koppe. 122 

Copvright by Hoffmann & Prochazka, 
New York. i899, no. 3339, Jan. 7; 1 
photograph rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Soul (A) in bondage. 123 

Copyright by EJihu Vedder, Rome. 
1899. no. 181, Jan. 3; 1 photograph rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1899. 

Vedder (E.) (Portrait of), by W. B. Rich- 
mond. 124 
Copyright by Elihu Vedder, Rome. 
1899, no. 44, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
3, 1899. 

Village coquette. 125 

Copyright by Frank H. Bresler, Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 172, Jan. 3 ; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Within a circle of daisies is shown a full 
face view of a beautiful young woman, 
whose hair is arranged loosely in flow- 
ing masses, etc. 126 
Copvright by American lithographic 
co., New York.* 1899, uo. 2316, Jan. 4; 1 
photograph rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will he found.) 



Little men. 



Xew York 



Abbott (Edward) & Abbott (Lyman), 
Boston : 
Abbott (Jacob). Heat. (Books: 1.) 
Alcott (John S. P.), Boston: 
Alcott (Louisa May). 
(Books: 1.) 
American bureau of shipping 

American bureau of shipping, New 
York. Record of American and foreign 
shipping. (Books: 1.) 
American cameramfg. co., Northborough, 
Mass. : 

"Guide for use of the tourist Buck- 
eye.' 7 (Books: 2.) 
American lithographic co., Xew Y 7 ork : 
Within a circle of daisies is shown a 
fnll-face view of a beautiful young 
woman. (Fine arts.) 
American press ass'n, New York: 

Cuban (The) volante. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Fashions of Xew York. (Books: 3.) 
Jean L)e Keszke, famous tenor. 
(Books: 3.) 



American press ass'n, Xew York: 

Lots of sport for fast skaters. 
(Books: 3.) 
Present Cuba future. (Books: 3.) 
Anders (H. K.). Philadelphia: 

Requiem. Sep. Winner; PL R. An- 
ders. (Music.) 
Appleton (John Howard), Providence : 
Appleton (John Howard). The met- 
als of the chemist. (Books: 1.) 
Appleton (D.) & co., Xew York: 

[Bushell. Stephen W.] Oriental 
ceramic art. (Books: 1.) 

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. Don 
Quixote de la Mancha; vols. 1 and 2. 
(Books: 1.) 
Arkell pub. CO., New Y r ork : 

Great men make great nations. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

National (The) incubator. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Not specific enough. (Engra\ ings, 
cuts, and prints.) 



195 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Coxn mi; i>. 



(Photo- 
brids>e, 



(Mn- 
Chester H. Beebe. 



Arkell pub. co.. New York : 

Similarity (The). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Armstrong (Albert), Huston : 

Burnbrae's fireside, Drum tocbty . 
(Photographs.) 

MacLure (Doctor), Drumtochty. 
(Photographs.) 

Milton burn, Drumtochty. 
graphs.) 

Tocbty (The) at Buchauty 
Drnnitochty. (Photographs.) 
Ashdown (Edwin), London : 

Nevermore. G. Hubi-Xewcombe 
Alfred Redhead, no. 1, in D flat. (Mil 
sic.) 
Ashmall (Win. E.', Arlington, X. J 

Berceuse, Chester H. Beebe. 
sic.) 

I love thee. 
(Music.) 

It was the time of roses. Chester H. 
Beebe. (Music.) 
Associated press. Xew York: 

Hoheu lobe's enemies seek to force 
him out. (Books : 3.) 

Xew penny postage. (Books: 3.) 

Rise of Anglo-Saxon peoples during ! 
1898. (Books: 3.) 
Aten (Elizabeth W. M.), Brooklyn: 

Cnyler (Theodore Ledyard). 365 I 
stray leaves from under the catalpa. j 
(Books: 1.) 
Aznive (Byzant H.), Boston: 

Gaidzakain (Ohan). Illustrated j 
Armenia and the Armenians. (Books: I 

i.) 

Bailey music co., Jackson, Mich. : 

Snow (The) man march. Van Or- 
man: W.G.Bailey. (Music.) 
Ball (T. H.). Crown Point, Ind. : 

Ball (Timothy Norton). The home | 
of the redeemed, and other discourses. 
(Books: 1.) 
Barker (George W.\ Chicago: 

Barker ,' G eorge W. ) A way off in the 
Pacific ocean. (Hooks: 2.) 
Barnes (A. S.) & co., New York : 

Gielow (Martha S.) Mammy's remi- 
niscences, and other sketches. (Hooks: 
1.) 
Barrie (Geo ) & son, Philadelphia : 

Blockhouse (The) at San Juan. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Bauer (Heinrich), Xew York: 

, Six little letters. M, o, t, h, e, r. 
George Cooper and Charles Robinson. 
(Music.) 
Beesley (Chas. Xorburv), Charleston, 
S.C.: 

Chimes of St. Michael's church. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Gadsden (Washington McLean). Bell 
ringer of St. Michael s church. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



Beirly (A.), Chicago : 

Beirlv's chapel anthems, no. 1. (Mu- 
sic book.) 

Beirly's national singer. (Music 
book.) 

Bells of memory. A. Beirly. (Music.) 

Bells (The) of morning. Ada Blenk- 
hom; A. Beirly. (Music.) 

Boatman (The). Ada Blenkhorn; A. 
Beirly. (Music.) 

Boy (The) and the bee. H.Lloyd; 
A. Beirly. (Music.) 

Dream (The) of home. Thomas Moore; 
A. Beirly. (Music.) 

In the forest. Ada Blenkhorn; A. 
Beirly. (Music.) 

"dolly bailors, we." A. Beirly. (Mu- 
sic.) 

O'er the hill, o'er the dale. Glover; 
A. Beirly. (Music.) 

Picnic (The). A. Beirly. (Music.) 

Prophet of peace. Ida Scott Taylor; 
A. Beirly. (Music.) 

Wild 
Beirly. (Music.) 

Yo, ho, gallant sailors. Richard 
Earle. (Music.) 

Bell (William M.), Webster Grove, Mo. : 
Cincinnati (The) enquirer almanac. 
(Books: 1.) 

Bellois (J. F.), Philadelphia: 

Cobweb club. Geo. A. Taeffner. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Cosmopolitan march. A. W. Xew- 
man; A. Luck. (Music.) 

Southern beauty waltzes. Albert W. 
Newman; George Voelker. (Music.) 

Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids: 

Blanchard, Page county, Iowa. (Maps 
. and charts.) 

Coin. Page county, Iowa. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Cumberland, Cass county, Iowa. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Elliott, Montgomery county, Iowa. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Exira, Audubon county, Iowa. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Gravity, Taylor county, Iowa. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Lewis, Cass county, Iowa. ^Marjs 
and charts.) 

Moville, Woodbury county, Iowa. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Stanton, Montgomery county, Iowa. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Tabor, Fremont county, Iowa. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Bernhardt ( YVilhelm), Washington : 

Baumbach (R.) Nicotian a und au- 
dere erzahlungen. (Books: 1.) 

Bible institute colportage asso., Chicago : 
Drummoud (Henry). Addresses. 
(Books: 1.) 



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Bible study pub. co., Boston : 

Primary (The) teacher's helper; an 
aid to the teaching of the children's 
course of gospel stories, v. 9, no. 1. 
Lessons 1-5. (Books : 2.) 
Bidwell (Alonzo), Ft. Scott, Kans. : 

Battle (The) of Manila. Alonzo Bid- 
well; E.N. Guckart. (Music.) 
Boericke and Tafel, Philadelphia: 

Nash (Eugene B. ) Leaders in homoe- 
opathic therapeutics. (Books: 1.) 
Bong (Rich.) kunstverlag, Berlin: 

Hosiannah. (Fine arts.) 
Boosey & co.. New York: 

Constancy. C. H. G. ; Frederick 
Chapman. (Music.) 
Boyer (Joseph A.). Philadelphia : 

Boyer (Joseph A.) Boyer's legal di- 
rectory of the United' States and 
Canada. Jan., 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Brainard's (S.) son co., Chicago: 

Dandy (The) First; or. Johnnys' home 
again. Lawrence Denslow: Henry S. 
Sawyer. (Music.) 
Brand pub. co.. Cincinnati : 

Mexicana (La). Leon Savarro. For 
band. (Music.) 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig : 

Chant provencal. Hans Hermann. 
(Music.) 

Hochzeitslied. Hans H e r ni a n n . 
(Mnsic.) 

Ich finde dich.« Franz Ponitz. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Kindlein (Die) wissen's. Hans Her- 
mann. (Music.) 

Lenz (Der) ist da. P. Hasscnstein. 
(Music.) 

Neue liebe. P. Hassenstein. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Nur. Hans Hermann. (Music.) 

Rauhreif. Hans Hermann. (Music.) 

Sonnenschein. Franz Ponitz. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Tristan und Isolde. Richard Wag- 
ner. Die nacht der liebe, akt 2. 
Bearb. v. ( )scar Bie. (Music. ) 

Waldweben. (Studie.) Oscar Bie. 
(Music.) 

Zinkenist (Der). Hans Hermann. 
(Music. ) 

Bresler (Frank H.), Milwaukee: 
In the meadow. (Fine arts.) 
Moorish rug seller. (Fine arts.) 
Village cotjuette. (Fine arts.; 

Brokaw (Charles O.), St. Joseph, Mo. : 
Pickaninny, it's time you was in bed. : 
Raymond A. Browne. (Music.) 

Brown (Margaret Coote). Detroit, Mich. : 
Hebrew (The) mother. Margaret 

Coote Brown. (Mnsic.) 
Minnehaha. Margaret C. Brown. 

(Music.) 



Bryant (H. W.), Chicago: 

Bryant (The) and Stratton business 
college. Comprehensive treatise on 
the subject of business education. 
(Books: 1.) 

[Prospectus, 43d year. 1899.] (Books : 

1.) 

[Prospectus of night school, 1899.] 
(Books: 1.) 
Bullinger (Edwin Y\\), New York: 

Bullinger (Edwin W.) Bullinger's 
postal and shippers' guide. (Books: 1) 
Bullinger (Edwin W.) The mercan- 
tile agency special edition of Bullin- 
ger's postal and shipners' guide. 
(Books: 1.) 
Burke (Mary Kerr), Brady, Nebr. : 

Dying (A) Cuban mother. Mrs. Mary 
Kerr Burke. (Music.) 
Burpee (W. Atlee) & co., Philadelphia: 
How to grow sweet peas. (Books : 2.) 
Butler (Charles Henry), 'Washington: 
Butler (Chas. H.) Our treaty with 
Spain. (Books: 2.) 
Buttrick (Jane P.), Potsdam, N. Y. : 
. Buttrick (Jane F.) A manual of pri- 
mary lessons. (Books: 1.) 
Call (S .,).), U. S.: 

"Anatomical (An) study." (Photo- 
graphs. 

'• Bear, a Siberian Esipiiino interpre- 
ter." (Photographs.) 

"Shooting the white whale. 7 ' (Pho- 
tographs.) 

"Two white whale specimeus." 
(Photographs.) 

••White whale feast." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Callaghan <.V: co., Chicago: 

Thompson (Charles N.) A treatise 
ou the. law of building and loan asso- 
ciations, with forms. second ed. 
(Hooks: 1.) 
Campbell (D. A.), reporter of the supreme 
court, in behalf of the people of Ne- 
braska. Lincoln: 

Nebraska supreme court. Reports of 
cases, v. 52. (Books: 1.) 
Carpenter (Amos 11.), Stockton, Cal. : 
Spanish (The) retreat. Amos H. Car- 
penter; John A. Patorson. (Music.) 
Carpenter (Frank G.), Washington: 

Carpenter (Frank G.) Argent inien's 
neuer pracsident. (Books: 3.) 
Chandler (11. P.), Chicago : 

Men net. Beethoven; Chas Wilbur 
MacDonald. (Music.) 

Moment musical. A. 0. Theoph. 
Astenius. (Music.) 
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy R. R. 
co., Chicago : 

Wilkinson (Clarence R.) The '' Bur- 
lington's" book of St. Paul and Min- 
neapolis. (Books: 1.) 
Chicago record, Chicago: 

Ambassador White in Italy. (Books: 
3.) 



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Chicago record. Chicago: 

Anxious to trade with China. 
(Books: 3.) 
British affairs in China. (Books: 3.) 

Can not avert the duel. (Books: 3.) 
Count Thnn about to resign. (Books : 

3.) 

Damage done by a hurricane. 

(Books: 3.) 
Favorable action by Brazil. (Books : 

3.) 

Fears American retaliation. (Books : 

3.) 
Feeds the poor ol Florence. (Books : 

3.) 

Flags fly in Havana. (Books: 3.) 
Football game in Brussels. (Books: 

3.) 
Funeral of Rev. T. Nnlty. (Books : 3.) 
Grab Havana streets. (Books: 3.) 
Hungarians hold their peace. 

(Books": 3.) 
Ignores protests of France. ( Books : 

3.) 

Illness of Sweden s crown prince. 

(Books: 3.) 
Interest in the poor. (Books: 3.) 
Leads to several duels. (Books: 3.) 
Monks to settle in Aluniiuos. (Books : 

3.) 
Mr. Y\ hiteleaves'S enice. (Books: 3.) 

Norway's great actress dead. (Books: 
3.) 

Otters to loan Russia monev. (Books: 
3.) 

On the lookout fur Carlists. (Books : 
3.) 

Plays a double game. (Books: 3.) 

Policy of expansion. (Books: 3.) 

Reopening of La Scala theatre. 
(Books: 3.) 

Sagasta may not recover. (Books: 
3.) 

San Carlo theatre opened. (Books: 
3.) 

Spain holds but two. (Books: 3.) 

Talk of intrigues. (Books: 3.) 

Thinks meat unsafe. (Books: 3.) 

Threaten a general strike. (Books: : 
3.) 

To discuss disarmament plans. 
(Books: 3.) 

Town is partly destroyed. (Books: 
3.) 

Lgly acts of Boers. (Books: 3.) 

Venetian carnival opened. (Books: 
3.) 

A^ aiting at Callao for mail. (Books : 
3.) 

V ant th e Vatican represented. 
(Books: 3.) 

Will send steel rails to Russia. 
(Books: 3.) 

Will support the dynasty. (Books: 
3.) 



Church (John) co.. Cincinnati: 

Charlatan (The) waltzes. John 
Philip Sousa. (Music.) 
Ch'si (N. J.), New Orleans: 

I shall love onlv von. N. J. Closi. 
(Music.) 
Coates (Jacob B.), Philadelphia: 

Coates (Jacob B.) Shall America 
rule? (Books: 1.) 
Coleman (Harry), Philadelphia: 

Arabian dance. Orchestra. Will F. 
Kretscbmer. (Music.) 

Con]) de grace. Galop. James M. 
Fulton. (Music.) 

Remembrance of Hartford. March. 
James M. Fulton. (Music.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton : 

Electrical instruments and testing 
apparatus. (Books: 2.) 
Continental pub. co., New York: 

Flingston (James). Gospel of the 
stars. (Books: 1.) 
Cooper (Madison), Minneapolis: 

Cooper (Madison). "Eggs in cold 
storage." (Books: 3.) 
Cramer (J. B.) & co., ltd.. London: 

World (The) of shadows. Clifton 
Bingham; Edith Cooke. (Music.) 
Craudall (C L.) Ithaca, N. Y. : 

Crandall (C. L.) The transition 
curve by olfsels and by deflection 
angles. (Books: 1.) 
Crane (Julia Ettie). Potsdam, X. Y. : 

Crane(Jnlia Ettie). Music teachers' 
manual. (Books: 1.) 
Crocker (H. S.) co.. San Francisco: 

Chinese scenes calendar. (Books: 2.) 
C r o w 1 ( Pe arre E . \ Bal fcimO re : 

Sommerfeld. (Rose). The Elite He- 
brew directory. (Books: 1.) 
Cumings (Merrick), Chicago: 

Cumings (Merrick). The auctioneer's 
manual. (Books: 1.) 
Cundy music co., Boston: 

Charge of the Rough Riders. J. W. 
Casey. (Music.) 

Dance of the daisies. E. S. Phelps. 
(Music.) 
Darling (Margaret M.), North Hector, 
N.Y.: 

When the Spanish flag came down. 
Margaret M. Darling. (Music.) 
Daw publishing co., Buffalo: 

Detroit (The 1 ) society address book. 
(Books: 1.) 
Davis (Cyrus M.), Pasadena, Cal. : 

Mission Padres of California 
(Books: 2.) 
Day (Mary Hopkinsor), Abbott, Tex. : 
Echoes from the Rio Grande. Mary 
Hopkinson Dav. (Music.) 
De Stefano (G.), Philadelphia: 

Quadrille "II Vesuvio." G. De Ste- 
fano; B. Milano. (Music.) 
Denton (E. J.). Xew York : 

Varsity march. Chas. L. Van Baar. 
(Music.) 



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Diamond litho. pub. co., Minneapolis: 

New (The) education. (Books: 2.) 
Dikemau (Albert YY\), Middle Grove, 111. : 
They're coniin' back again. Albert 
W. Dikeman. (Music.) 
Dillman (Geo. L.), San Francisco: 

Dillman (Geo. L.) The air lilt. Chart 
no. 2. (Books: 2.) 
Ditson (Oliver) co.. Boston: 

De Ville (The) waltzes. W. W. Perry. 
(Music.) 

How can I leave thee. Carlos Curti. 
(Music.) 

King (The) a hunting goes. J. C. 
Macy. (Music.) 

Merry wedding bells. T. H. Rollin- 
son. (Music.) 
Dreer (Henry A.), incorporated. Philadel- 
phia : 

Cactus dahlias. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Climbing moss rose. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Dreer's show dahlias. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

New single dahlias. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints. ) 
Drnmheller (Charles), St. Louis: 

Banjo twang, dan Be ncgre, for piano. 
Charles Drnmheller. 4 hands, (Music) 
Dunn (James B.),New York: 

Penney (Lizzie). Buttercups and 
daisies. (Books: 1.) 
Clever little people. (Books: 

Grain for little gleaners. (Books: 

1.) 

Home stories for little folks. 

(Books: 1.) 

Stories of little heroes. (Books: 

1.) 

Wee girls and boys. (Books: 1.) 

Edena photo, co., Philadelphia : 

Lentini (Francisco), nos. 1-1. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 
Editor pub. co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Malone (Alba). Drifting. (Books:l.) 
Edwards (John P.), Knox, Ind. : 

Knox, Ind. (Edwards 5 map of) 
(Maps and charts. I 
Eldorado pub. co., Indianapolis, Ind. : 
Rollings worth (Jonathan Frskine). 
A vision seen by Jonathan Erskine 
Boilings worth. (Books: I.) 
Electrical engineer institute of corre- 
spondence instruction, New York: 

Medico-surgical radio grap h y . 
(Hooks: 2.) 

Principles of the alternating cur- 
rent. (Books: 2.) 
Ellingwood (Finley), Chicago: 

Kllingwood (Finley). A treatise on 
therapeutics and materia raedica. 
(Hooks: i.) 
Elliott (Judson W.), Minneapolis: 

"Memories of home." Judson W. 
Elliott; Minnie E. Elliott. (Music.) 



Ellis (John F.) & co., Washington. D. C. : 
Drei albumblatter. Ernest Lent. no. 
2. (Music.) 

Seguidilla. Ernest Lent : op. 5. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Two lives. John E. Webster. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Emerald toilet co., Minneapolis: 

•'Lady's (A) glove; its use and 
abuse." (Books: 1.) 
Farrar (Thomas J.), Lexington, Va: 

Cigale (La). (Drama.) 
Fassett (James H.), Nashua, N. H. : 

Fassett (James H. ) Colonial life in 
New Hampshire. (Books: 1.) 
Fennell (Gerald M.), Great Britain: 

Fennell (Gerald M.) The esseuce of 
all wealth. (Books: 1.) 
Filbnore brothers, Cineinnati: 

Minnie Belle grand march, Fred. A. 
Fillmore. (Music.) 
Fischer (J.) <V brother, New York: 

Alhumblatt. Th. Kirchner; Regi- 
nald Barrett. (Music.) 

Asperges me, Doniine! Geo. O. T. 
Weiss. (Music.) 

Berceuse from ••Jocelyn." B. God- 
ard; Reginald Barrett. (Music.) 

Berceuse. Fr. Th.ime; Reginald Bar- 
rett. (Music.) 

Bounce. E.Silas; Reginald Bar- 
rett. (Music.) 

Caprice. (J. Bizet; Reginald Bar- 
ret*. (Music.) 

German (The) hand. M. Johnston; 
G.Bnrton. (Music.) 

Graceful dance. Reginald Barrett. 
(Music.) 

Introduction and minuet. Sterndale 
Bennett; Reginald Barrett. (Music.) 

March. Robert Volkmann; Regi- 
nald Barrett, nos. 1-3. (Music.) 

May morning. Mrs. Joseph Robin- 
son; Reginald Barrett. (Music.) 

Merry (The) shoeblack. A. J. Fox- 
well; ('. Ilutchins Lewis; G.Bnrton. 
(Music. 

<> s.ilutaris! Hail, happy day of rest. 
E. J. Biedermunn. (Music. ) 

Passepied and madrigal. L. Delfbes; 
Reginald Barrett, (Music.) 

Pastorale. B. Sfavenhagcn ; Regi- 
nald Barrett. (Music.) 

Reginald Barrett's transcriptions for 
the pipe organ. (Mnsic; Books: 2.) 

Village (The) minstrels. C. Hutchins 
Lewis; A.J. Fox well: (I. Burton. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Fletcher (Robert Howe), San Francisco: 
Fletcher (Robert Howe). Ten draw- 
ings in Chinatown. (Books: 1.) 
Foote (Mrs. Ella Woodward), Helena, 
Mont. : 

Foote (Ella Woodward). Booms. | 
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Forrester (Chas. E.), U. S. : 

I love but thee. Katherine M. Leon- 
ard: Chas. E. Eorrester. In E flat; in 
C. (Music.) 
Eoss (Alba R. H.), Rye, X. H. : 
High tide. (Photographs. ) 
Ocean's best. (Photographs.) 
November storm. 1898. (Photo 
graphs.) 
Fowler (Robert Ludlow), New York: 

Fowler (Robert Ludlow?. The real 
property law of the State of Xew York. 
(Books: 1.) 
Eraser & Chalmers, Chicago: 

Huntington centrifugal roller quartz 
mill. (Books: 2.) 
Friedman [D. A. (B. L.)], Rochester: 

Friedman [Bear L.] Koroth yeshu- 
nm. (Books: 1. ) 
Funk & W agnails co., Xew York: 

Morgan (Vyrnwy). The " Cainbro- 
American pulpit." (Books: 1.) 

Realf (Richard). Poems. (Books:!.) 
Fvfl'e (Colin C. H.), Chicago: 

Eyffe (John L.) Crist. (Books: 1.) 
Garrett. (Phiueas), Westchester, Pa. : 

Garrett (P.) One hundred choice se- 
lections. Xo. 3. (Books: 2.) 
Gathmaun (Louis), Chicago: 

Gathmann (Louis). Torpedo ges- 
chosse. (Books: '6.) 
German press and plate co.. Cleveland: 
•'Oliener schrei be brief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer." No. 261. (Books: 3.) 
Gray (William B. >, New York: 

Carolina capers. Charles R. Hirst. 
(Music.) 
Gross (Samuel Eberly), Chicago: 

( ross ( Samuel Eberly ). The merchant 
of Cornville. (Books: 1.) 
Grunewald (L.) co., ltd., Xew Orleans: 
1st Mississippi two-step. Sergt. Ar- 
thur W. Fridge; Lawrence Dubuclet. 
(Music.) 
Harper and brothers, Xew York: 

Remington (Frederic). Sundown 
Lerlare. (Books: 1. ) 

Thackeray (William Makepeace). 
The Virginians. (Books: 1.) 
Harris (Sydney P.), St. Louis: 

Monte Cristo. Waltzes. Sydney P. 
Harris. (Music.) 
Hartfield telegraphic code pub. co.. Xew 
York : 

Hentz, Henry <Sc co., New Y'ork. Pri- 
vate cipher code. (Books: 1.) 

Lehman brothers. Xew York. Pri- 
vate cable code. v. 1, 2. (Books: 1.) 
Schwartz, Dupee & co., Chicago. 
Order code. (Books: 1.) 
Hartman (W. H.) co., Waterloo, Iowa : 
Waterloo. Iowa, 'Engravings, cuts. 
and prints.) 
Hassler (Simon), Philadelphia : 

"Major Fairfax." March. Simon 
Hassler. (Music.) 



Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Easiest (The) studies lor the piano- 
>rte. Louis Kohl 
thews. (Books: 2.) 
| Gavotte. Agathe Backer Grondahl; 

Jaroslaw de Zielinski. (Music.) 

Love's regret. Song. Alonzo stone. 
(Music.) 

Menuet. Agathe Backer Grondahl; 
Jaroslaw de Zielinski. (Music.) 

Modeste (La). Mazurka. F. De- 
vrient: W. S. B. Mathews. (Music.) 

Xoctnrne. Agathe Backer Gron- 
dahl; Jaroslaw de Zielinski. (Music.) 
Petite berceuse. V. Eolmehsch. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Phantasy pictures. Otto Mailing; 
Jaroslaw de Zielinski. (Music.) 

Prelude. H. Pachulski; Jaroslaw 
de Zielinski. (Music.) 

Twelve little studies for the piano- 
forte. Louis Kohler; W. S. B. Mathews. 
(Books: 2.) 

Yalse noble. Ludwig Schytte: 
Jaroslaw de Zielinski. (Music.) 

Welcome to spring. Waltz. F. De- 
vrient : W. S. B. Mathews. (Music. ) 
Hatzield (E.), England : 

Bulbul s (The) song. Howard Ben- 
son. (Music.) 
Havins (O. Pierre), Jacksonville, Fla. : 
Lee (Maj. Gen. Fitzhugh) and staff. 
(Photographs.) 
Hazz;ird (J. C), Portland, Oreg. : 

Eutropius. Edited for school use by 
J.C.Hazzard. (Books: 1.) 
Hermann i Arthur L.), Minneapolis: 

Hermann ( Arthur L. ) Inductive mas- 
ter method. German for educated Amer- 
icans, with or without teacher, pt. 1-4. 
- (Books: 1.) 
Hilly (M.B.), Chicago: 

Hilly (Miles Benjamin). Table serv- 
ice. (Books: 2.) 
Hoffman (Carl). Kansas City, Mo. : 

''Looking for a four-leaf clover.'' 
Stella Farra. (Music.) 
Ploffmann & Prochazka. Xew York: 
Front panel. Koppc. (Fine arts ) 
Re;ir panel. Koppe. (Fine arts.) 
Schmitt monument. (Fine arts.) 
Side panel. Koppe. (fine arts.) 
Holmes (Mrs. Mary J.), Brockport, X. Y. : 
Holmes (Mary Jane Hawes). Marian 
Grey. (Books: 1.) 
Holt (Henry) & co., Xew York: 

Walker (Francis Amasa). Discus- 
sions in education. (Books: 1.) 
Hook (William E.), Colorado Springs: 
Pike's Peak above the clouds. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

"Snnset from the mesa." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Housh co., Boston : 

Daily hints for housekeepers, and 
health calendar for 1899. (Books: 2.) 



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Holstedt (John), Stromsburg, Nebr. : 

Lyssna, lyssna; hor du anglasangen. 
Ord och musik af John Holstedt. 
(Music.) 
Horton (J.), New York: 

Politicians are very good. James 
Horton ; G. L. French. ( Music. ) 
Howie} , Haviland <fe co., Mew York : 

Adapted from the French. Aubrey 
Boucicault; Herman Perlet. (Music.) 

Bunch (A) of rags. Ben. M. Jerome. 
(Music.) 

Daffodil (Tbe) waltzes. Jacob Henry 
Ellis. (Music.) 

Dance of tbe moonbeams. Tbeo. F. 
Morse. (Music.) 

Dance (The) of the peasants. Jacob 
Henry Ellis. (Music.) 

Dance of the sailors. Jacob Henry 
Ellis. (Music.) 

Dance of the toads. Bert Williams. 
(Music.) 

Dream (A) of the battle. Eduard 
HoLst. (Music.) 

Hawaiian parade. Eduard Hoist. 
(Music.) 

He ain't uo relation of mine. Xed 
Waybnrn. (Music.) 

Heart's ecstasy. Lurlette. (Music.) 

Missing from the ranks. James Deg- 
nan; Charles .Miller. (Music.) 

Queen (The) of the Tenderloin. Dan 
Packard; Leo E. Berliner. (Music.) 

You're my color, but you ain't my 



kii 



Lew Sully. (Music.) 



Hoyne & Robertson, Chicago: 

"I don' want no arganient." Thos. 
Temple; F. R. Hamilton. (Music.) 
Hull (George S.), Pasadena, Cal. : 

Hull (Geo. S.) Electro-horticulture. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hutcheson (Mary Elizabeth), Columbus, 
Ohio: 

Hutcheson (M.E.) Primary lessons 
for church Sunday schools, with sewing 
cards, v. . '5, lessons 5-10. (Books: 2.) 
Ironside (Victor James), Boston: 

Ironside directory. (Books: 2.) 
Iryine (Leigh H.), Sacramento: 

Irvine (L. H.) How the city editor 
died. (Books: 3.) 
Jaberg (Geo.) music co., Cincinnati: 

Lemon blossoms. Eric Philip Sev- 
erin. (Music.) 
Johnston (S. IL), Columbus, Ga. : 

Johnston (Stanfield H.) Johnston's 
pocket interpreter. (Books: 1.) 
Jones (Adah C), Catlettsburg, Ky. : 

West Virginia herald two-step. Adah 
C.Jones. (Music.) 
Jung (P. L.), New York: 

"Bon jour, Suzon." Alfred deMusset; 
Henry Edmond Earle. (Music.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 
Trade (The) in live stock. (Books: 
3.) 



Kent (James Tyler), Philadelphia: 

Kent (James Tyler). Chest and 
back. (Books: 1.) 
Keppler & Schwarzmanu, New York: 

Art (An) reform. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Bachelor (The). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Easily arranged. (Engraviugs, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Exempt. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Hard (A) row to hoe. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

He is learning better. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

He translates. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Her suggestion. (Engravings, cuts, 
anil prints.) 

Martyr (A) to principle. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Pleasant (A) inquiry. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Postponing the operation. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Pretty good proof. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Puzzle picture. (Engraviugs, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Quotation (A). (Eugravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Rare (A) curiosity. (Engraviugs, 
cuts, aud prints.) 

She grows fretful. (Eugravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Sure-enough (A) example. Eugrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Tenipora lnntautur. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints ) 

Unconcerned. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Very improbable. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints. ) 

Wanted a trustful public. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts and prints.) 

"Who will haul it down?" (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Kimball (D.), Chicago: 

Kimball (Duran). Business short- 
hand. (Books: 1.) 
Kirk (W.E.), Harrisburg: 

Civic song, by W. E. Kirk. (Music.) 
Kirtland (J. C, jr.), Exeter, N. H. : 

Cicero (Marcus Tullius). Selections 
from the correspondence of Cicero. 
(Books: 1.) 
Klackner (Christian), New York: 

After the hunt. (Photographs.) 

Child (The) of Mary. (Photographs.) 

Gathering roses. (Photographs.) 

Golden rod. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Palm Sunday, church of the Heav- 
enly rest. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 



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Klackner (Christian), New York: 
"Pups." (Photographs.) 
Saint Agues. (Photographs.) 

Kunkel brothers, St. Louis: 

Our loved oue. E. Antoinette John- 
son. (Music.) 

Sleeping- beauty. Melody. Carl 
Sid us. (Music.) 
Law (Robt. O.), Hammond, Ind. : 

Courier- Journal (The) almanac for 
1899. (Books: 1.) 

Grand Rapids herald almanac for 
1899. (Books: 1.) 

New York (The) quarterly of the 
New Y'ork press co. (Books: 1.) 

Philadelphia (The) inquirer almanac 
and universal encyclopedia for 1899. 
(Books: 1.) 

Salt .Lake (The) tribune almanac, 
1899. (Books: 1.) 

San Francisco chronicle almanac and 
political and commercial statistician 
for 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Lawyers' cooperative pub. co., Rochester: 

Lawvers' (The) reports annotated. 
(Books: 1.) 

Lawyers' reports annotated. Index 
to notes and briefs. (Books: 1.) 

United States interstate commerce 
com?nission. Interstate commerce re- 
ports. v.7. (Books: 1.) 
Lea bros. & co., Philadelphia: 

Thornton (E. Quinn). The medical 
news pocket formulary for 1899. 
(Books: 1.) 
Life pub. co., New York : 

Education (The) of Mr. Pipp. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints. 
Little, Brown & co.. Boston : 

Daudet (Alphouse) and his secretary 
at Champrosay. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Daudet (Alphouse). The Nabob. 
v.1-2. (Books: 1.) 

Daudet (Madame). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Devine qui j'ainene. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Elle s'arreta une minute. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

En voyant entrer sa petite fille. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Et d'un mouvement irresistible. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

General (Le) indiqua au juge. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Goncourt (Edmond de). (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

lis s'arreterent d'abord sur le banc 
du Paulonia. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints. ) 

Jenigan (Richard) lisant. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Journey (The) to the second floor 
was much longer. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 



Little, Brown cV co., Boston : 

Lydie guerie de sa blessnre. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Rencontre du Prince Charlexis. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Risler s'etait leve\ (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Sidonie appeared on the balcony. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Trouve encore un Prussian mort. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Valmajour, si tu nous touckais. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Vers le soir. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Longmans, Green & co., New Y r ork : 

[Bayly, Ada Ellen, j Hope, the her- 
mit. (Books: 1.) 
Lowe (F.J.).New York: 

Parliamentary law at a glance. 
(Books: 2.) 
McBride (A. B.), Grand Marais, Mich. : 

About to enter locks, Soo, Mich. 
(Photographs.) 

Approaching the locks, Soo, Mich. 
(Photographs.) 

Arch rock, Mackinac Island, Mich. 
(Photographs.) 

Boats in lock, Soo, Mich. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

British landing, Mackinac Island, 
Mich. (Photographs.) 

Castle rock, St. Ignace, Mich. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Devil's kitchen, Henry's hidingplace, 
Mackinac Island, Mich. (Photographs.) 

Drop the handkerchief. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Entering the locks, Soo, Mich. 
(Photographs.) 

Fort Mackinac, Mackinac Island, 
- Mich. (Photographs.) 

Game loaded for trip home. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Good (A) one. (Photographs.) 

Hunters' camp fire. (Photographs.) 

Is this an agate? (Photographs.) 

Lock gates closed behind boat, Soo, 
Mich. (Photographs.) 

Lock gates closing behind boat, Soo, 
Mich. (Photographs.) 

Locks and powerhouse, Soo, Mich. 
(Photographs.) 

Locks park, Soo, Mich. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

London bridge. (Photographs.) 

Lovers' leap, Mackinac Island, Mich. 
(Photographs.) 

Off for home with game. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

One, two, three, go! (Photographs.) 

Pine Tree Cave, St. Ignace, Mich. 
(Photographs.) 

Point Lookout, Mackinac Island, 
Mich. (Photographs.) 

Pontiac's Lookout, St. Ignace, Mich. 
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McBride (A. B.), Grand Marais, Mich. : 

Preparing supper after a day's hunt. 
(Photographs.) 

Pulpit Pock, I ictured Pocks. Lake 
Superior. (Photographs.) 

Removing cars from ferry. St. Ignace, 
Mich. (Photographs.) 

Result of a week's hunt. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Sable Falls, Upper Mich. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Steamer approaching locks from 
north, Soo, Mich. (Photographs.) 

Sugar Loaf, Mackinac Island, Mich. 
(Photographs.) 

Supper at hunter's camp. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Whalebacks approaching locks from 
north. Soo, Mich. (Photographs.) 
Macbride (Thomas H.), Iowa City, Iowa : 

Macbride (Thomas H.) A key to tbe 
more common species of native and 
cultivated plants. (Books: 1.) 
McClure (S. S.) co., New York: 

Carnegie ( Andre w). From bobbin 
boy to millionaire. (Books: 3.) 
McKenzie (A. C), Kingston, N. Mex. : 

McKenzie (A. C.) The love affair of 
Packsaddle Parks. (Books: 3.) 
Manahan (C. F.), Chicago : 

Manahan (Charles F.), comp. The 
wholesale furniture trade, and kindred 
lines of Chicago. [21st ed.] 1899. 
(Books: 1.) 
Martel (Lena), Franklin, La. : 

Rear-Admiral Schley's waltz. Miss 
Lena Martel. (Music. ) 
Mudge (A.) & son, Boston : 

Mudge's porte- monnaie calendar, 
no. 29. (Books: 2.) 
Mutual life insurance CO., New York: 

Maryland. (Maps and charts.) 
Neely (F. Tennyson). New York: 

Holmes (Clara H.) Floating fancies 
among the wierd and the occult. 
(Books: 1.) 

Leiter (Katheryne). "Real life/' 
(Books: 1.) 

Savory (John). Poems of expansion. 
(Books: 1.) 

New T York and Ohio co., Warren, Ohio: 
Efficiency and average life of lamps 
at various voltages. (Books: 2.) 
Niles (C. W.), Auburn, Ind. : 

Zacatecas march. C. W. Niles. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Novello & co., ltd., London : 

Love and gold. Hamilton Clarke. 
(Music.) 

Magnificat. Arthur Somervell. 
(Music.) 

O ! give thanks to the Lord. Henry 
John King. (Music.) 

Selection of themes from the music 
to "Much ado about nothing." Ed- 
ward German, nos. 1-6. (Music.) 



Novello & co., ltd., London : 

Short settings of the Office for the 
holy communion. Myles B. Foster. 
(Music.) 

Song of the Fates. Goethe; Stefan 
Stocker. (Music.) 
O'Hara & Livermore, San Francisco : 
Lake county Indian squaw and 
papoose. (Fine arts.) 
Orange salt co., New York: 

Rook's effervescent orange salt. 
(Books: 2.) 
Parker (John D.),\Yellesley Hills, Mass. : 
Twelve golden rules governing dis- 
cussion. (Books: 2.) 
Perkins (Theo. F.), Philadelphia: 

It won't be long. John R. Clements ; 
Theo. E. Perkins. (Music. ) 
Perry (H. M.), Chicago : 

Perry (H. M.) Repairs of railway 
car equipment, with prices of labor 
and material. (Books: 1.) 
Petre (D. A.), Duluth, Minn. : 

Petre (D. A.) " You and I." (Books : 
2.) 
Pettibone (C. V.), Fond du Lac, Wis. : 
Pine Point hotel coach. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Philippines co.. New York: 

Manila. (Maps and charts.) 
Phillips (Isaac Newton), Bloomington, 

Illinois supreme court reports of 
cases at law and in the chaucerv. v. 
174. (Hooks: 1.) 
Polk (R. L.) & co., Detroit: 

Polk. R. L., <fc co. R. L. Polk & co.'s 
Spokane city directory. (Books: 1.) 
Power (John). 1 )onnybrook, N. Dak. : 

Power (.John), of North Dakota. Mis- 
souri and Mouse river brand book. 
(Books: 1.) 
; Press pub. co.. Lincoln, Nebr. : 

A( hleitner (Arthur). FrauKapitaen. 
(Books: 3.) 

Atzpodien (Paul). Briefe eines Ber- 
liners aus Amerika, von P. A. Odien. 
(Books: 3.) 

Eine ne u j a hrsueberrasc h u n g. 
(Books: 3.) ' 

Schultz (Reinhard). Ueberlistet. 
(Books: 3.) 

Wackwitz-Busch (Ida). Eine Syl- 
vester-Abend. (Books: 3.) 
Presser (Theodore), Philadelphia: 

Against the tide. H. S. Saroni. 
(Music.) 

Arrival (The) of Santa Claus. H. 
Engelmann. (Music.) 

Autumn leaves. J. F. Zimmermann. 
(Music.) 

Barcarolle Venitienne. A. Lavignac; 
E. A. Berg. (Music.) 

Boat song. VVm. K. Bassford . (Mu- 
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Presser (Theodore), Philadelphia: 

Butterfly "waltz, polka, schottische, 
redowa, inarch. H. Engelrnann. nos. 
1-5. (Music.) 

Carnival (The). Chas. C. Draa. 
I Music.) 

Christ (The) is born to-day. Noel. 
Eiuile Louis. (Music.) 

Daily trill studies for the pianoforte. 
J.H.Rogers. (Music.) 

Dance of the water nymphs. D. N. 
Long. (Music.) 

Druid's prayer. H. S. Saroni. (Mu- 
sic.) 

" First lady"' gavotte. Richard 
Goerdeler. (Music.) 

From the long ago. H. J. Andrus. 
I Music.) 

God, my father, lend thy aid! Leo. 
Oehiuler. (Music.) 

Love's yearning. F. G. Rathlmu. 
(Music.) 

On the shores of the Nile. Galeotti. 
Thos. a'Becket. (Music.) 

Reverie. Win. K. Bassford. (Music.) 
Rosebud polka, mazurka, schottische. 
waltz, galop. H. Eugelmann: op. 336, 
nos. 6-10. (Music.) 

Rough Riders. H. Engelmann. 
i Music.) 

Scherzo. Franz Schubert. Maurits 
Leei'son. (Music) 

Society march. H. Engelmann. 
(Music.) 

Song of the peasant. Alfonso Ren- 
dando. (Music.) 

South Car'lina tickle. Adam Geibel. 
(Music.) 

Sunset glow. W. E. C. Howard. 
(Music.) 

Those loving eyes. H. Engelmann. 
(Music.) 

To spring. E.Grieg: Maurits Leef- 
son. (Music.) 

To thee. Paul Lebrun. (Music.) 

Tyrolean air, with variations. H. 
Wohlfahrt. (Music.) 

Valse arabesque. Theo. Lack: 
Maurits Leefson. (Music.) 

Western empire march. W. E. C. 
Howard. (Music.) 

Providence lithograph co., Providence : 
Daniel in Babylon. (Fine arts.) 
Daniel in the den of lions. (Fine 

arts.) 
Encouraging the builders. (Fine 

arts.) 
Ezekiel's great vision. (Fine arts.) 
Gracious (The) invitation. (Fine 

arts.) 
Handwriting (The) on the wall. 

(Fine arts.) 
Hebrews (The) in the fiery furnace. 

(Fine arts.) 
New (The) heart. (Fine arts.) 
14322— Yol. 18. ]S"o. 4 4 



Providence lithograph co., Providence : 
Power through the Spirit. (Fine 

arts.) 
Rebuilding the temple. (Fine arts.) 
Returning from captivity. (Fine 

arts.) 

River (The) of salvation. (Fine 

arts.) 
Queen (Frank) pub. co., ltd., New York : 
New York (The) clipper annual for 

1899. (Books: 1.) 
Rayburn (Emma Overman), Paxton. 111. : 
Ray burn (Emma Overman) S: Diehl 

(Isabel 0.) Christmas offering. 1898. 

(Books: 1.) 

Rayner (Isidor), Baltimore: 

Rayner (Isidor). Speeches and ad- 
dresses. (Books: 1.) 

Reliable incubator and brooder co., 
Quiney. 111. : 

Reliable incubator and brooder co., 
Quincy, 111. Fourteenth annual guide. 
(Books: 1.) 

Better (Louis) music co., St. Louis: 

American beauty. Fred. Beyer. 
(Music.) 

Black hussar. Franz Rheineck. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Chariot race. Carl Sontag. (Music.) 

Debutante (The). Eric Ball. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Flagship (The). Eric Ball. (Music.) 

Forsaken. Jean Becker. (Music.) 

Little convent bells. Th. Keil. 
(Music.) 

Little darling. Carl Sontag. 

(Music.) 

Little menuet antique. Th. Keil. 
(Music.) 

Merry coppersmiths. Paul Martin. 
(Music.) 

Merrv sunshine. Carl Sontag. 
(Music.) 

Naval cadet march. Fred. Beyer. 
(Music.) 

On the lake. J. C. Meininger. 
(Music.) 

Soldiers' march. Franz Rheineck. 
(Music.) 

Uncle Henry's march. Louis Retter. 
(Music.) 

Revell (Fleming H.) co., Chicago: 

Brain ( Belle M.) The transformation 
of Hawaii. (Books: 1.) 

Richards (J.), San Francisco: 

American and foreign patents and 
trade-marks. (Books: 2.) 

Riddle (W. N.), Crowlev. Texas : 

Riddle (W. N.) The book of suppo- 
sition. (Books: 1.) 

Rohlfs (Anna Katharine), Buffalo: 

Rohlfs (A. K.) The hermit of 

street. (Books: 3.) 



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Rost (H. A.) print, and pul>. co., New 
York : 

" Hunter mountain.'' (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Rudder pub. co., New York: 

Davis (Charles G.) How to build a 
shipjack. (Books: 1.) 
Saunders (W. B.), Philadelphia: 

American (The) yearbook of medi- 
cine and surgery. (Books: 1.) 

De Schweinitz (George E.) Diseases 
of the eye. (Books: 1.) 
Schaffter (Florian), New Orleans: 

Impromptu valse. Florian Schaffter. 
(Music.) 
Schirmer (G.), New York: 

Album for young pianists. Xaver 
Scharwenka ; Louis Oesterle. (Music.) 

Cherubim song. nos. 7, 3. (Music.) 

Coronation march from "Le pro- 
phete." G.Meyerbeer; Louis Oesterle. 
(Music.) 

Drinking song. John Coverdale; 
Hugh Whitfield Martin. (Music.) 

Th. Baker; Carl Reinecke. (Mu- 
sic. ) 

Fir-tree (The) and the palm. N. 
Sokolow. (Music.) 

Lotus (The) flower. R. Schumann; 
H.W.Nicholl. (Music.) 

Marche pontificale. Ch. Gounod; 
Louis Oesterle. (Music.) 

Polonaise. Theodore Lack; Louis 
Oesterle. (Music.) 

Song (A) of seasons. C. B. Hawley. 
(Music.) 

Sorrowful. Leidvoll. EduardRohde: 
Louis Oesterle. (Music.) 

Spring. N. Sokolow. (Music.) 

Torchlight march. Scotson Clark; 
Louis Oesterle. (Music.) 

Trovatore (II). Giuseppe Verdi; S. 
Cainmarano. (Music.) 

Valse a danser. Benjamin Godard; 
Louis Oesterle. (Music.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.). Boston: 

Just as I am. Charlotte Elliott; 
Ferris Tozer. (Music.) 
See (H. T. ). New York: 

Hobson on the "Merrimac." (Fine 
arts.) 
Shackford (Chas.), Boston: 

Yivandiere (The). J. Fred. O'Connor. 
(Music.) 
Shepard (Frank), Chicago: 

Shepard (Frank). Shepard's cita- 
tions. (Books: 1.) 

Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotation. Supplement to v. 75, Mis- 
sissippi decisions. (Books: 2.) 
Shinn (Warren). Woodstown, N. J. : 

"Princeton (The) girl." (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Siems (Johann Friedrich), Columbus, 
Nebr. : 

This is the door to success with poul- 
try. (Books: 2.) 



Small, Maynard & co., Boston : 

Carpenter (Edmund Janes). America 
in Hawaii. (Books 1.) 
Stahl (Win. C), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

Black (The) Adonis. Wm. C. Stahl. 
(Music.) 
Stanford (Tony), New York: 

"Oriental (The) Pas-ma-la." Tony 
Stanford. (Music.) 
Stella Council, no. 400, A. L. of H., Brook- 
lyn: 

Stella march. Chester H. Beebe. 
(Music.) 
Stephens (H. B.) company, Boston: 

Galop militaire. Raoul Faure. 
(Music.) 

Song (A) of eventide. Edward 
Tescheinacher. George H. Clutsam. 
(Music.) 

Weddin' (De) mornin'. George How- 
ard. (Music.) 
Stephens (Samuel), Xorristown, Pa. : 

Diploma march and two-step. Saml. 
Stephens. (Music.) 
Stern (Jos. W.) & co., New York: 

Coon's (The) trade-mark — a water- 
melon, a razor, a chicken and a coon. 
(Music.) 

"My saffron-colored Sue." Richard 
Carle; Alfred E. Aarons. (Music.) 
Stewart and Bauer. Philadelphia: 

Hark! hark! the lark. Schubert; 
C. F. Elzear. Fiset. (Music.) 

Romance sans paroles. Saint-Saims ; 
C. F. Elzear. Fiset.' (Music.) 
Stickney (Joseph L.), Chicago: 

Cavitenavy yard headquarters. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Forecastle of the Isla de Luzon upset 
by American shell. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Gate of the navy yard, Cavite. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Gunboat "Petrel'' and cruiser 
"Baltimore" shelling the Spanish 
batteries. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Olympia's forward turret guns. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Olympia's men cooling off. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Olympia's seamen cheeriug the 
Baltimore. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Remains of the crusier Don Antonio 
de Ulloa. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Spanish cruisers sunk by Dewey. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Street & Smith, New York : 

Mathers (Helen). Bam wildfire. 
(Books: 2.) 
Strobridge lithographing co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio: 

Stand, (no. 8308.) (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 



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Strotkotte (M.A.),U.S.: 

Champion of liberty. March and ; 
two-step. Robert Elm. (Music.) 
Suffield (Brice), Danville, 111. : 

Suffield (Brice). Composition and 
office of conscience. (Books: 1.) 
Sullivan (Mrs. Josie Morris), New York : 

All on account of a petticoat. (Dra- 
matic compositions.) 
Switzer (F. R.), Little Falls, N. Y. : 

Lone (The) star. F. R. Switzer. 
(Music.) 
Thompson &, Taylor spice co., Chicago: 

Coffee. (Books: 2.) 
Thresher (George P.), Boston: 

Santa Barbara missiou. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Tinthoff (Fred. S.), Chicago: 

Women made beautiful. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 
Trustees of the Presbyterian board of 
publication and Sabbath school work, 
Philadelphia : 

Benson (Louis F.), ed. Tbe best 
church hymns. (Books: 1.) 
Tuttle (Chas. D.), Philadelphia : 

Great success polka. Harry Green- 
wood. (Music.) 

Happy greetings waltz. Charles H. 
Free. (Music.) 

Jubilee overture and two-step. 
Johann C. Schmid. (Music.) 

Ma petite belle. Elva F. Garrison. 
(Music.) 

Our senators. M. M. Klaiss. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Union iron works, San Francisco : 

Section of secondary crushing bat- 
tery. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Ten-stamp secondary crushing gold 
mill. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
United States printing co., Cincinnati: 

Hennessy Le Royle portrait. no. 
3599. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

How's me] and me dog? no. 3608. 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 

Something and it. no. 3607. (Chro- 
mos and lithographs.) 

Soubrette. no. 3559. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) I 

University pub. co., New York: 

Longfellow (Henry Wads worth.) 
Tbe song of Hiawatha. (Books: 1.) 
Upham (M. E.), New York: 

Behold! the lamb of God. John 
Froschl; arranged by C. M. E. Up- \ 
ham. (Music.) 

God cares for me. Fanny J. Crosby; 
Victor H. Benke. (Music.) 

God leadeth. C. U.; M. E. Upham. ! 
(Music.) 

Jerusalem. Fanny J. Crosby; M. E. 
Upham. (Music.) 

Look and live. Harris H. Hayden; 
M. E. Upham. (Music.) 

Lord, what wilt thou have me to do? 
C. U.; M. E. Upham. (Music.) 



Upham (M. E.), New York: 

New (A) song. Fannv J. Crosby; 
M. E. Upham. (Music.) 

Press toward the mark. C. U. ; M. 
E. Upham. (Music.) 

Satisfied. Fanny J. Crosby; M. E. 
L T pham. (Music.) 

Still He is seeking. Lemira Wal- 
lace; M. E. Upham. (Music.) 
Van Nostrand (D.) co., New Y r ork: 

Gibbs (William E.) Lighting by 
acetylene generators. (Books: 1.) 
Yan Westervelt-Dempsey (Lavinia H), 
New Y'ork : 

Frelinghuysen (The) waltz. Lavinia 
H. Yan Westervelt-Dempsey. (Music.) 
Yedder (Elihu), Rome: 

Cunmean sibyl. (Fine arts.) 
Ideal head. (Fine arts.) 
Questioner of the Sphinx. (Fine 
arts.) 
St. Cecilia. (Fine arts.) 
Samson. (Fine arts.) 
Soul (A) in bondage. (Fine arts.) 
Yedder (E.) (Portrait of). (Fine 
arts.) 
Walker (John Brisben), Irvington, N.Y". : 
Humor page. For Jan. 1, 1899. 
(Books: 3.) 

Immediate page. For Jan. 1, 1899. 
(Books: 3.) 

Review-of-the-year page. For Jan. 
1,1899. (Books: 3.) 

Special page. For Jan. 1, 1899. 
(Books: 3.) 

Timely page. For Jan. 1, 1899. 
(Books: 3.; 

Woman's page. For Jan. 1, 1899. 
(Books: 3.) 

Youth's page. For Jan. 1, 1899. 
(Books: 3.) 
Wehrmann (Hy.) and N. J. Clesi, New 
Orleans: 

Swellest (De) dressed gal in town. 
N. J. Clesi ; Hy. Wehrmann. (Music.) 
Weir (Ross W.) & co., New Y^ork: 

'•'Palmistry." (Books: 2.) 
Wentworth (G. A.), Exeter, N. H. : 

Went worth (George Albert). New 
school algebra. (Books: 1.) 
Werner school book co., Chicago : 

Stetson (W. W.) History and civil 
government of Maine. (Books: 1.) 
Whiteley (Florence M.), Minneapolis: 
Whiteley (Florence M.) The child's 
story of Minneapolis. (Books: 1.) 
Wilder (Arthur B.), Woodstock, Vt. : 

Quiet (A) smoke. (Photographs.) 
Willig (Geo.) & co., Baltimore: 

Wife in name only. John F. Crowley. 
(Music.) 
Willson (FredNewton), Princeton, N. J. : 
Willson (Frederick Newton). Some 
mathematical curves and their graph- 
ical construction. (Books: 1.) 



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Winkler (Albert), Philadelphia: 

March " Salute to Trenton." Albert 
Winkler. (Music.) 
Witmark (M.) & sons, New York : 

Dat Blackville wedding. Robert 
Cone; Robert Recker. (Music.) 

I've got him dead; schottische. W. 
H. Mackie. (Music.) 

Jolly (The) musketeer. March. 
Julian Edwards; F. W. Meacham. 
(Music.) 

Waltzes. Julian Edwards; F. 

W. Meacham. (Music.) 

Lazy Bill. March, two-step. W. H. 
Mackie. (Music.) 

Little (The) mother. Robert T. 
Roden; AYilliam J. Morris. (Music.) 

March of the royal guards. Julius 
Rosenberg. (Music.) 

Place a light to guide me home; 
waltz. W. H. Mackie. (Music.) 

Selection from The Fortune teller. 
Victor Herbert; Otto Langey. (Mu- 
sic.) 

With best wishes. March. F. W. 
Meacham. (Music.) 



Witmark (M.) & sons, NVvv York: 

You were the one I loved the best; 
waltz. W. H. Mackie. (Music.) 
Wolf (Geo. A.), Wilmington, Del. : 

Descriptive catalogue of Orange 
sporting and military powder. (Books: 
2.) 

Smokeless powder. (Books: 2.) 
Wood (William) and co., New York: 

Stedman (Thomas L.) Twentieth 
century practice. (Books: 1.) 
Wright (J. C), Wilmington, Del. : 

March ; " The belle of Wilmington." 
J.C.Wright. (Music.) 
Wright (F. Chandler), Wilmingtou, Del. : 
March of the vigilant. J. C. Wright. 
(Music.) 
Wyatt co., Chicago: 

[Marsh, L. Gardner.] Story of Abra- 
ham Lincoln. (Books: 1.) 
Yorkc (P. C), Sau Francisco, Cal. : 

Yorke (Peter C.) ed. First grade; 
the child's primer. (Books: 1.) 

Preparation for first confession. 

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PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 18, no. 5. 
Whole no. 396— February 2, 1899, 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: 

(1) Books proper 209 

(2) Miscellaneous 210 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 212 
II. Deamatic Compositions 216 

III. Peeiodicals 216 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 
tions of Music 221 

V. Maps and Chaets 232 

VI. Engeavings, Cuts, and Peints 234 



Page. 

VII. Cheomos and Lithogeaphs 235 

VIII. Photogeaphs 235 

IX. Pine Aets (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the fine 

arts) 239 

X. Index of Copyeight Peopeietoes... 240 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1899. 






[EXPLANATION. — The titles are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as shown in 
the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.] 

I. BOOKS .-(1) BOOKS PROBER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "TV". MUSICAL 
Compositions." For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) The titles in this chapter 
are prepared by the Catalogue Department, Library of Congress. 



Authors. 



Authors — Continued. 



Balzac, Honore de. 

Honore de Balzac . . . completely 
•translated, [liid. definitive] Phila- 
delphia, G. Barrie & son. 8°. 349 

Contents. 
Country doctor [tr.] by G. B. Ives. With 
etchings . . . after . . . D. Hernandez. 1898. 
(Comedie liumaine. v. 38. Scenes of country 
life. v. I.) 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 3345, Jan. 7; 2 
copies ree'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

350 

Contents. 
Village cure [tr.] by G. B. Ives. With etch- 
ings . . . after . . . D. Hernandez. 1898. 
(Comedie humaine. v. 39. Scenes of country 
lite. v. 2.) 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. " 1899, no. 3346, Jan. 7; 2 
copies ree'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

The middle classes (Les petits bour- 
geois) translated by Clara Bell; with a 
preface by G. Saintsbury. London & 
New York, J. M. Dent & co., 1898. vii, 
537 pp. pi. 12° (Comedie humaine.) 

351 
Copyright by J. M. Dent & co., Lon- 
don, 
ree'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Brown & Sharpe mfg. co. Providence, 
R.I. 

Catalogue and price lists . . . 1899. 
Providence, R. I., Brown & Sharpe 
mfg. co., 1899. 24 : 352 

Copyright by Brown & Sharpe mfg. 
co., Providence, R. I. 1898, no. 2889, 
Jan. 6; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Collier, William Miller. 

The law of bankruptcy and the 
national bankruptcy act of 1898 . . . 
Albany. M. Bender, 1899. xxx, 695 pp. 
8 C . 353 

Copyright bv Wm. M. Collier, Au- 
burn, N. Y. 189H, no. 3344, Jan. 7; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Jan. 14, 1899. 



Collier, William Miller, com}). 

The official rules, forms and general 
orders in bankruptcy prescribed bj^ the 
Supreme court of the United States and 
promulgated November 28, 1898 . . . 
Albany, M. Bender, 1899. 2 p. 1., 
493-663 pp. 8 C . 354 

From his "The law of bankruptcy and the 
national bankruptcy act of 1898." 

Copyright by Wm. Miller Collier, 
Auburn, N. Y. ' 1899, no. 3343, Jan. 7; 
2 copies ree'd Jan. 19, 1899. 

Craddock, Charles Egbert, pseud. 
See [Murfree, Mary Noailles] 

Crockett, Ingram. 

Beneath blue skies and gray; poems. 
New York, R. H. Russell [1899] 108 pp. 
8 C . 355 

Copyright by Robert Howard Rus- 
sell, New York. 1899, no. 2883, Jan. 6; 
2 copies ree'd Jan. 14, 1899. 

Hubbard, Elbert. 

Little journeys to the homes of emi- 
nent painters. New York and Lon- 
don, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1899. 12°. 
(Little journeys; series of 1899, no. 1) 

356 
Contents. 
Xo. 1. Michael Angelo. 

Copyright by G. P. 
New York. 1899, no. 



Putnam's sons, 
2885, Jan. 6; 2 



copies ree'd Jan. 14, 1899. 

Kinkead, Edgar B. 

The law of pleading in civil actions 
and defenses under the code . . . 2d. 
ed. Cincinnati, W. H. Anderson & 



co., 1898. 2 v. 8°. 



357. 358 



Copyright by W. H. Anderson & co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, nos. 2880,2881, Jan. 
6; 2 copies each ree'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

McCracken, S[tephen] B. comj). 

A working edition of the Michigan 
election law and guide to voters and 
election officers. Revised according to 

209 



210 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

McCracken, S[tepheu] B. comp. — Cont'd, 
the latest legislation. Detroit, S. B. 
McCracken, 1898. 24 pp. 8°. 359 

Copyright by S. B. McCracken, De- 
troit. " 1898, no. 51899, Sept. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 25, 1899. 

Massachusetts. Supreme judicial court. 

Massachusetts reports, v. 171, pt. 2. 
Cases argued and determined . . . 
May 20 to June 23, 1898. G. F. Tucker, 
reporter. Boston, Little, Brown & co., 
1899. 8°. 360 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 2521, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Michie, Thomas J. ed. 

American and English corporation 
cases. A collection of all cases affect- 
ing corporations of every kind, other 
than municipal and railroad, decided 
by the courts of appellate jurisdiction 
in the United States, England, aud 
Canada, v. 8. New series. North- 
port, N. Y., G. R. B. Michie & co. [1899] 
8°. 361 

Copyright bv Geo. R. B. Michie & co., 
Northport, X. Y. 1899, no. 2942, Jan. 6 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

[Murfree, Mary Noailles] 

The story of old Fort Loudon, by 
Charles Egbert Craddock [pseud.], 
with illustrations, by E. C. Peixotto. 
New York and London, The Macmillan 
co, 1899. 3p. 1., 409pp. pi. 12°. 362 

Copyright bv The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3306, Jan. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

New York (State) Court of appeals. 

Civil procedure reports; containing 
cases under the code of civil procedure 
and the general civil practice . . .re- 
ported with notes by R. L. Scott, jr. v. 



Authors — Continued. 

New York (State) Court of appeals — C't'd. 
26. New York. S. S. Peloubet, 1897. 
8°. 363 

Copyright by S. S. Peloubet, New 
York. 1898, no. 3436, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec 7 d Jan. 16, 1899. 

Nichols, [Edward Leamington], and 
Franklin, [William S.] 

A pamphlet supplementary to the 
second volume of Nichols and Frank- 
lin's Elements of physics, containing a 
revision of the chapters on electro- 
statics and self-induction . . . New 
York and Londou, The Macmillan co.. 
1899. 56 pp. illus. 8°. 364 

Copyright by E. L. Nichols and W. 
S. Franklin, Ithaca, N. Y., and South 
Bethlehem, Pa, 1899, no. 3301, Jan. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Roessler, J[ohn] E. 

Essentials of German grammar. 
Valparaiso, Ind., Wade bros. &. AYise 
[1899] 43 pp. 12°. 365 

Copyright by J. E. Roessler, Valpa- 
raiso, * Ind. 1899, no. 2547, Jan. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Jau. 13, 1899. 

Scott, Rufus L. jr. reporter. 

New York (State) Court of appeals. 
Civil procedure reports ... v. 26. 

1897. . 

Trevelyan, George Otto. 

The American revolution, pt. 1. 
New York, London [etc.], Longmans, 



Green & co. 



1899. map. 

Contents. 



366 



Pt. 1. 1766-1776. 

Copyright by 



Longmans, Green & 
co., New "York. 1899, no. 3303, Jan. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Tucker, George F. reporter. 

Massachusetts. Supreme judicial 
court. Massachusetts reports, v. 171, 
pt. 2. 1899. 



1. BSOOK.S— (2) MISCELLANEOUS. 

(Classified under the term -'Books/' according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Advisory rates of Lake City, 
county, Iowa. v. 220. 



Calhoun 
196 



— Oxford, Johnson 
v. 322. 



county, 



Iowa. 
197 



Panora, Guthrie county, Iowa. 

326. 



v. 

198 



Titles — Continued. 

Advisory rates of Sac City, Sac county, 
Iowa, v.362. L99 

Winthrop, Buchanan county, Iowa. 

v. 1]:;. 2do 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa/ 1809, nos. L93-195, 192, 
191; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



211 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Chicago mortgage abstract; no. 46. 

Feb., 1899. 201 

Copyright by Penrose J. Hills, 

Chicago/ 1898, no. 70905, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Cure (A) ibr female weakness. 202 

Copyright by Dr. J. H. Dye medical 
inst., Buffalo. 1899, no. 2895, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Dilatory domiciles. Dec. 17, 1898. 203 

Dec. 20, 1898. 204 

Copyright by Social register ass'n, 

New York. 1899, nos. 3349, 3348, J an. 7 ; 

2 copies each rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Four 'weeks in business practice. 205 

Copyright by Frank A. Tibbetts, Sa- 
lem. Mass. 1898, no. 53681, Sept. 14 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Hints on wall-paper decoration. 1899. 

206 
Copyright by H. Leslie Maynard, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 104, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Jackson (Dngald C.) Transformers and 
their profitable use. 207 

Copyright by New York and Ohio 
co., Warren. Ohio. 1899. no. 87, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
Kinloch telephone company (Directory 
of). Bulletin no. 6, December, 1898'. 

208 
Copyright by Kinloch telephone co., 
St. Louis. 1899, no. 83. Jan. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
List of buyers, key; street railway, no. 
105. " 209 

Copyright by Buyer's reference co., 
Nevr York. 1899, no. 2333, Jan. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 
Manual of everything for the garden. 
1899. 210 

Copyright by Peter Henderson & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 2908, Jan. 6 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 
Marginal annotations of the supreme 
court reports of Xorth Carolina. 211 
Copyright by W. C. Munroe, Golds- 
boro,X. C. 1898, no. 13883, Feb. 26; 2 
copies rec*d Jan. 5, 1899. 
Mulqueen (Mrs. T.) A mother's dream. 

212 
Copyright by Mrs. Thomas Mulqueen, 
Sau Francisco. 1897, no. 6625, Jan. 
22 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Ohio nisi prius and general term reports, 
v. 6, Jan. 2, 1899, no. 1. 213 

Copyright by Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus. Ohio. 1899, no. 74, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



Packard incandescent lamps. 214 

Copyright by Xew Y'ork and Ohio 
co., Warren, Ohio. 1899, no. 86, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
i Priced and illustrated catalogue of opera 
glasses, marine and spy-glasses, binoc- 
ular and astronomical telescopes made, 
imported, and sold, wholesale and re- 
tail, by Queen & co., incorporated. 
Catalogue F. 17th ed. 215 

Copyright by Queen & co., inc., 
Philadelphia. '1898, no. 66461, Xov. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Qualitative analysis, pt. 1, 200 A. In- 
struction paper, 1st ed. 216 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1898, no. 74026, Dec. 19; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
Eorer (Sarah Tyson). Dainty junkets. 

217 
Copyright by Chr. Hansen's labora- 
tory, Little Falls, N. Y. 1899, no. 2303, 
Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
Souvenir program of the Siegel-Cooper 
co. employees' association; third an- 
nual entertainment and ball, Jan. 7, 
1899. 218 

Copyright by Siegel-Cooper co. em- 
ployees' ass'n. New Y/ork. 1898, no. 
75494, Dec. 24: 2 copies rec'd Jan. 5, 
1899.' 
Supplement to Ellis's history of the 
United States. Cleveland's second ad- 
ministration, 1893-1897. 219 
Copyright by Werner school book 
co.. Chicago. 1898. no. 72159. Dec. 12; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
. Theoretical and practical medico-surgical 
- radiography. Special course, no. 16. 

220 
Copyright by Electrical engineer in- 
stitute of correspondence instruction, 
Xew Ybrk. 1899, no. 3350, Jan. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 
Treatise (A) on plant life and the laws 
which govern the deyelopment of fruit. 

221 
Copyright by Eussell M. Kellogg, 
Three Eivers, Mich. 1899, no. 202. Jan. 
3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Yoight (H. E.) Der gefliigel-ziickter- 
kalender, fur 1899, unci getHigel-ziich- 
ter-jahrbuch. 222 

Copyright by Henrv E. Voight, Ham- 
burg, Wis. 1898, no.' 66164, Nov. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
World's (The) weather record calendar; 
Minnesota weather compared with that 
of other states and foreign countries. 

223 
Copyright by C. E. Wales, Minneap- 
olis. 1898, no. 66596, Nov. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



212 



I BOOKS— (3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright la^v, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Affects the Finnish troops. 367 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 208. Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Alarm in Belgrade. Moscow, Jan. 3, 1899. 

368 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no'. 2959, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Albania will suffer. 369 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 206, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

All Cuba is free. 370 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. "" 1899, no'. 2315, Jan. 1: 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

American sailors welcomed. 371 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no. 2317, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1 

Applegreen's barkeepers' guide ; or, How 

to mix drinks. 372 

Copyright by John Applegreen, Chi- 
cago. * 1899. no. 106, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3. 1899. 



Art exhibits in London. 



373 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 211. Jan. 3: 2 copies 
rec'd Jaii. 2. 1899. 

Battle with African savages. 374 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1898, no. 77389, Dec. 31 : 2 copies 
rec'd Jam 2, 1 

Believe Zola in Xoi > 375 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77398, Dec. 31 : 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2. 1899. 

Bids farewell to the czar. 376 

Copyright by I hicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 2350, Jan. 4: 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 18 

Biographical (The) Thackeray. [Litera- 
ture, Jan. 4, 1899. Supplement.] 377 

Copyright by Harper & brothers, 
New York. 189'), no. 2525, Jan. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Black (The) sheep of a most distinguished 

New York family. 378 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst. New 

York/ 1899, no. 3382, Jan. 7; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Blow to the British. London, Jan. 2, 
1899. 379 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 2556, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Boers seem to invite trouble. 380 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. K 1898, no'. 77388, Dec. 31 : 2 conies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Bohemians desire autonomy. 381 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 214, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Bones of ancient American giant, with 

a queer skull like a gorilla. 382 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst. New 

York." 1899, no. 3390, Jan. 7 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 7. 1899. 

Both miss the mark. Budapest, Jan. 3, 

1899. 383 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 

•cago. * 1899, no. 2948, Jan. 6; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Breaking (The) up of the " 400." 384 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1899. no. 3387, Jan. 7: 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7. 1899. 

Camp (W. M.) Xotes on track. 87. 

Track jacks; concluded. 385 

Copyright by W. M. Camp, Chicago. 

1898. no. 76978, Dec. 30: 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 3, 1899. 

Chicago (The) record's home-study cir- 
cle. Directed by Prof. Seymour Eaton, 
umn-winter terra, 1898-9. Courses 
of instruction : no. 305, Monday, Dec. 
26,1 ight-school course. (2 cop- 

ies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898.) 386 

no. 306, Tuesday. I )ec. 27. 1898. Pop- 
ular studies in Shakespeare. (2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898.) 387 

no. 307, Wednesday, Dec.28, 1898. 

Elementary mathematics. (2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1 388 

no. 308, Thursday. Dec. 29, 1898. 

Drawing designs for illustrating. (2 
copies rec'd Dec, 30, 1898.) 

-no. 309, Friday, Dec. 30, 1898. Pop- 
ular studies in Shakespeare. (2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 390 

no. 310, Saturday. I tec. 31, 1898. The 

world's greatest musicians. (2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899.) 391 

Copyright by Seymour Eaton, Lan- 
downe, Pa. 1898,' nos. 58636-58641, 
Oct. 5; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 27 
to Jan. 2. 1S99. 



213 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Convicted by his own sweetheart. 392 
Copyright by William R. Hearst, 
1 New York. 1899, no. 230, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Cox (P.) The Brownies' century run. 

1 393 
Copyright by Palmer Cos. New York. 
$98, no 75 ~ 
Jan. 3, 1899. 

Criticises American policy. London, 
Jan. 3, 1899. 394 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 2952. Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Daisy May takes a long look ahead. 395 
Copyright bv American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899. no. 3368, Jan 7; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 7. 1899. 

Damage by tire in Bremen. Bremen. 
Jan. 2, 1899. 396 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no"! 2557. Jan. 5: 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5. 1899. 

Davids are wanted. 397 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 3371, Jan. 7 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 7, 18.'9. 

Diplomat returns from Russia. Yenice. 
Jan. 2. 1899. 398 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 2558. Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Drink habit treated as disease. 399 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no', 2351. Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3,1899. 

Expecting a cabinet crisis. 400 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 210, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Expecting trouble in Africa. Rome, Jan. 
3,1899." 401 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899. no. 2949, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5.1899. 

Fear Cuban uprising. 402 

' Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no? 77386, Dec. 31 ; 2 conies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Fears British aggressiveness. Paris. Jan. 
3,1899. 403 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 2956, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Fielding (Howard). The funny man's 

best girl. 404 

Copyright by Howard Fielding, U. S. 

1899. no. 3366, Jan. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 

7, 1899. 

Figure on the future. 405 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 2344, Jan. 4: 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Forces wages down in Sweden. Stock- 
holm, Jan. 3. 1899. 406 
Copyright bv Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 2954, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Fnn on the battleship "Iowa" when she 
crossed the line. 407 

Copyright by William R. Hearst, 
New York. 1899, no. 235, Jan. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Germans claim Wake island. 408 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no. 209. Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Gloomy view of Austria's future. Vi- 
enna, Jan. 2, 1899. 409 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 2554. Jan. 5: 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5. 1899. 

Head (The) -over-heels gold rush to Daw- 
son City. 410 
Copyright bv William R. Hearst, 
New York. 1899, no. 231, Jan. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Held together by Franz Josef. 411 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 2346, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Historic poisoners. 412 

Copyright bv W. R. Hearst, New 
York/ 1899, no\ 3389, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

How the earth will blow up. 413 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 
York/ 1899. no. 3386, Jan. 7: 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Humor page for Jan. 8, 1899. 414 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington. N. Y. 1899. no. 3379, Jan. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Hungarian Reichstag in tumult. 415 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1898, no. 77392, Dec. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2.' 1899. 



214 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Immediate page for Jan. 8, 1899. 416 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 3374, Jan. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Interest in the Philippines. 417 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 213, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Journal's (The) new year's puzzle. 418 
Copyright by William R. Hearst, 
New York. 1899, no. 236, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Journal's (The) $1,000 prize prophecy 

for 1898. 419 

Copyright by William R. Hearst, 

New York. 1899, no. 228, Jan. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Kaiser suffers much. Berlin, Jan. 2, 1899. 

420 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 2553, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 



Klondike burdens. 



421 



Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 3372, Jan. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Lamed (C.H.) The American national 

celebration anthem. 422 

Copyright by Charles Henry Lamed, 

Santa Cruz. Cai. 1899, no. 2335, Jan. 4 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

The American patriot. 423 

Copyright by Charles Henry Larned, 
Santa Cruz, 1899, no. 2336, Jan. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Late fashions from Paris. 424 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 3367, Jan. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Living in luxury in New York, on credit. 

425 
Copyright by William R. Hearst, 
New York. 1899, no. 229, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
May delay the Pope's letter. 426 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 207, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Message from Rome. 427 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77390, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Message from the Grand Duke. Moscow, 
Jan. 2, 1899. 428 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 189!', no. 2559. Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mrs. Senator Dayis's revenge. 429 

Copyright bv W. R. Hearst, New 
York. 1899, no^ 3388, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Natives of Yiscayas revolt. drid, 

Jan. 3, 1899. 430 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 2953, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Otis to calm rebels. Manila, Jan. 3, 1899. 

431 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 2950, Jan. 6; 2 conies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Political unrest in France. 432 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no!" 2349, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Practical (The) hotel steward. 433 

Copyright by John Tellman. Chicago. 
1899, no. 107, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
3, 1899. 

Prince Victor in Brussels. Brussels. 
Jan. 3, 1899. 434 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 2958, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Prof. Garner going back to Africa to 

prove that monkeys can talk. 435 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 

York. 1899, no. 3385, Jan. 7; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Protest in Santiago. Santiago de Cuba, 
Jan. 3, 1899. 436 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899,no.2951, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Real romances in real life. 437 

Copyright by William R. Hearst, New 
York. 1899, no. 234, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Regrets America's position. Paris, Jan. 
2, 1899. 438 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 2555, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Romance and ruin of Fayne Strahan 

Moore. 439 

Copyright by W. R. Hearst, New 

York. 1899, no. 3384, Jan. 7; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Russia's big budget. 440 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77387, Dec 31 ; 2 copies 
-! Jan. 2, 1899. 



215 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Salvation army in Sweden. 441 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
<. ' 1898, ao. 773 '7. Dec 31 : 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 2. 1899. 

Says t'xpansion idea is losing. 442 

Copy rig-lit by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1898. no. 77396. Dec. 31; 2 copies 
reed Jan. 2. 1899. 

Serious trouble in Morocco. 443 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 77393, l)ec. 31; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 2. 1*99. 

Smallpox in camp. Havana. Jan. 2. 1899. 

444 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 2552. Jan. 5: 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 5. 1899. 

Solitaire Muggins puzzle. 445 

Copyright by W. E. Hearst, Xew 
York." 1899. no. 3391, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 7. 1899. 

Spanish army plot . 446 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago? " 1899, no". 2348. Jan. 4; 2 conies 
ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Spanish steamer aground. St. Thomas, 
Jan. 3, 1899. 447 

Cox>vriuht by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899. no. 2960. Jan. 6; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Spanking or ethics. 448 

Copyright by American press ass'u, 



Xew York. 1899, no. 3369. Jan. 



cop- 



ies ree'd Jan. 7, 1899. 
Special page for Jan. 8, 1899. 449 

Copyright bv John Brisben Walker. 
Irvington, X. Y. 1899. no. 3376, Jan. 7 ; 
2 copies ree'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Spider (The) at work and at play ; studied 

under the microscope. 450 

Copyright by W. E. Hearst, Xew 

York." 1899. no. 3383, Jan. 7; 2 copies 

ree'd Jan 7, 1899. 



Talented sisters. 



451 



Copyright by American press ass'n, 
Xew York. 1899, no. 3370. Jan. 7; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Timely page for Jan. 8, 1899. 452 

Copyright by John Brisben AYalker, 
Irvington, X. Y. 1899, no. 3378, Jan. 7; 
2 copies ree'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

To benefit the working-men. 453 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 77394. Dec. 31 : 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 2. 1899. 



To improve Italian art. Yen ice, Jan. 3, 
189!'. 454 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 2955, Jan. 6: 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 5. 1899. 
Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 
Star. Dee. 28, 1898.) 455 

Copyright bv Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 77402, Dec. 
31; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Dec. 29, 1898. 456 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City. Mo. 1898, no. 77403, Dec. 
31; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Dec. 30. 1898. 457 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 226, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies ree'd Jan. 2. 1899. 

Dec. 31, 1898. 458 

Copyright bv Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City. Mo. 1899, no. 2"27, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Jan. 2, 1899. 459 

Copyright bv Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 2562, Jan. 5 ; 
2 copies ree'd Jan. 5, 1899. 
Two great scientific discoveries at the 
close of 1898. 460 

Copvriaht by William E. Hearst. Xew 
York." 1899. rio. 232. Jan. 3; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
Yon Buelow to visit London. Berlin, 
Jan. 3, 1899. 461 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 2957, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 5, 1899. 
Well-known educator dead. 462 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1898. no. 77395, Dec. 31; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 2. 1899. 
Will not hurt American trade. 463 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 189*. no" 77391, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Will take a run into the Andes. 464 

Copyright bv Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. " 1899. no". 212, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Woman in 1898. 465 

Copyright bv William E. Hearst. Xew 
York." 1899. no. 233, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
Woman's page for Jan. 8, 1899. 466 

Copyright bv John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, X. Y. 1899, no. 3375, Jan. 7; 
2 copies ree'd Jan. 7, 1899. 
Youth's page for Jan. 8, 1899. 467 

Copyright bv John Brisben Walker, 
lrviugton. X. Y. 1899, no. 3377. Jan. 7 ; 
2 copies ree'd Jan. 7. 1899. 



216 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Balloon (The) : A new and original farcial 
comedy in 3 acts, by J. H. Darnley and 
G. Manville Fenn. " 25 

Copyright by Samuel French. New 
York. " 1898, no. 63013, Oct. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 189c). 

Breezy Point: A comedy in 3 acts, for 
female characters only, by Belle Mar- 
shall Locke. 26 
Copvright by Walter H. Baker & co., 
Boston. 1898.no. 71604, Dec. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Christopher Columbus: A tragedy, by 
Vim a Woods. 27 

Copyright by Viraa Woods, Sacra- 
mento'. 1899, no. 2311, Jan. 4; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Dangerous (The) Mrs. Delaney. By 

George M.Cohan. 28 

Copyright by Ellinore sisters, New 

York. 1898, no. 75510, Dec. 24 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Fool's (A) paradise: An original play in 

3 acts, by Sidney Grundy. 29 

Copyright by Samuel French, New 

York. ' 1898. no. 63009. Oct. 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Forgiven: A sequel to " Forsaken." By 

John H. Wise. 30 

Copyright by John H. Wise, Nobles- 

yille, Ind 1898, no. 45190, July 29; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



Game (A) of bluff: A farce comedy in 3 
acts, by Walter A. Soneborn. 31 

Copyright by Walter A. Soneborn, 
New York. 1899, no, 2310, Jan. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Glass (The) of fashion: An original com- 
edy in 4 acts, by Sidney Grundy. 32 

Copyright by Samuel French, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 63010, Oct. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Fair (A) of spectacles: A comedy in 3 
acts, adapted from the French, by Sid- 
ney Grundy. 33 

Copyright by Samuel French, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 63012, Oct. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



Plucking of a rose: A romantic Irish 
drama in 5 acts, by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 
Tempest. 34 

Copyright by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 
Tempest, Shenandoah, Pa. 1898, no. 
52414, Sept. 7; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 

1899. 

Silver (The) shield: An original comedy 
in 3 acts, by Sidney Grundy, 35 

Copyright by Samuel French, New 
York. ' 1898, no. 63011, Oct. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



ABC pathfinder and dial. Jan. 16, 1809. 
(Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 392 

Copyright by New England railway 
pub. co., Boston, 1898, no. 75717. 

Advance reports. Legal intelligencer, 
Jan. 6, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) 393 
Copyright by David Martin, secre- 
tary of the state of Pennsylvania. 1899, 
no.' 3096. 

American agriculturist. Jan. 7, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 6,1899.) 394 

Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1899.) 

395 



American agriculturist. 
(Rec'd Jan. 18,1899.) 



.Jan. 21. 



1899. 
396 



Jan. 28.1899. 



(Rec'd Jan. 27,1899.) 
397 



•Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 
York.' 1899,1108. 662-665. 

American institute of electrical engi- 
neers. (Transactions.) Nov., 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 30,1899.) 398 

Copyright by American institute of 

electrical engineers, New York. 1898, 
no. 7.3 1 1 3. 



217 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

American journal of Semitic languages 

and literatures. -Ian., 1899. (Rec'd 

Jan. 30, 1899.) 399 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 

Chicago." 1898, no. 53811. 

American monthly review of reviews. 
Feb., 1899. (Kec'd Jan. 30, 1899.) 400 
Copyright by Review of reviews co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3434. 

Astrophysical journal. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 2, 1899.) 401 

Copyright by University of Chicago. 
Chicago. 1898, no. 53791.' 



Titla 



'ontinucd, 



Jan. 28. 1899. 



(Rec'd Jan. 
402 



Bradstreet's. 
28, 1899.) 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., Xew 
York/ 1899, no. 2629. 

Carpet and upholstery trade review. 
Jan. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1899.) 403 
Copyright by Reyiew pub. co., Xew 
York/ 1899, no. 287. 

Catholic world. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 

27. 1899.) 404 

Copyright by Missionary society of 

St. Paul the Apostle, New York 1899. 

no. 77423. 

Chautauquan. Feb.. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
27, 1899.) 405 

Copyright by Theodore L. Flood, 
Meadville, Pa. " 1897, no. 44076. 

Chicago dry goods reporter. Jan. 28, 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 30, 1899.) 406 

Copyright by Dry goods reporter co.. 
Chicago. 1898, no. 67337. 

Christian endeayor world. Jan. 5. 1899. 

(Rec'd Jan. 4, 1899.) 407 

Jan. 12. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 11. 1899.) 

408 
Jan. 19, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1899.) 

409 
Jan. 26, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 25. 1899.) 

410 

Copyright by The golden rule co.. 
Boston . 1899. "nos . 820-823 . 



1899. (Rec'd Feb. 
411 



Club woman 
1,1899.) 

' Copyright by M. F. Pritchard, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 56745. 



Colliers weekly. Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 28. 1899.)" 412 

Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1899.) 

413 
Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, 
Xew York. 1898. nos. 59081. 59082. 



Commercial advertiser. Jan. 7, 1899. 

(Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 114 

Copyright by Commercial advertiser 

association, Xew York. 1899, no. 3018. 

Cycling gazette. Jan. 5, 1899. (Rec'd 
"Jan. 7, 1899.) 415 

Jan. 12, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 

416 

Jan. 19, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1899.) 

417 
Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland. 1899, nos. 528-530. 

Diamond Dick, jr., no .118. Jan. 14, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 13, 1899.) 418 

Copyright by Street & Smith, Xew 
York." 1899, no. 260. 

Dry goods economist. Jan. 7, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 9. 1899.) 419 

Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 30, 1899.) 

420 
Coj)yrigkt by Textile pub. co., Xew 
York." 1899, nos. 2367, 2370. 

Education extension. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899.) 421 

Copyright by Cleary pub. co., Ypsi- 
lanti, Mich. 1899, no. 2678. 

Electrical engineer. Jan. 5. 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1899.) 422 

Jan. 12. 1899. (Rec'd Jan, 14, 1899.) 

423 

Jan. 19, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 20. 1899.) 

424 
Copyright by Electrical engineer, 
Xew York. 1899, nos. 3112-3114. 

Electrical review. Jan. 4, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1899.) 425 

Jan. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1899.) 

426 

Jan. 18, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 

427 

Jan. 25, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899.) 

428 

Feb. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 2. 1899.) 

429 
Copyright by Electrical review pub. 
co., Xew York." 1899, nos. 3406-3410. 

Engineering magazine. Feb.. 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 28. 1899.) 430 

Copyright by Engineering magazine, 
Xew York. 1898, no. 16637. 

Engineering record. Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 28, 1899.) 431 

Copyright by Engineering record, 
Xew York. 1898, nor7H89. 



218 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Evening post. Jan. 26, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 27, 1899.) 432 

Jan. 27, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1899. ) 

433 

Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 30, 1899.) 

434 

Jan. 30, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 31, 1899.) 

435 

Jan. 31,1899. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1899.) 

436 
Copyright bv Evening post pub. co., 
New York. 1898, nos. 77020-77024. 

Farm and home. Feb. I, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 27, 1899.) 437 

Copyright by Phelps pub. co., Spring- 
field, Mass. 1898, no. 76466. 

Farm implement news. Jan. 26, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 28, 1899.) 438 

Copyright by Farm implement news 
co., Chicago. '1899,110.2682. 

Farmer. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 4, 1899.) 

439 
Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1899.) 

440 
Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 18, 1899.) 

441 
Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 

442 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., Chi- 
cago. * 1899, nos. 610-613. 

Fornm. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1899.) 

443 
Copyright bv Forum pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 74373. 

Gourick's Washington digest. Nov., 
Dec, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 30, 1899.) 414 
Copyright bv David A. Conrick, 
Washington City. 1898, no. 50769. 

Harrier's bazar. Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 27, 1899.) 445 

Copyright bv Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898, no. 74698. 

Harper's round table. Feb., 1899. 

(Rec'd Feb. 2, 1899.) 446 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898, no. 55328. 

Harper's weekly. Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 2, 1899.) 447 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898, no. 74712. 

Harvard law review. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 

Feb. 1,1899.) 448 

Copyright by Trustees, Harvard law 

review, Cambridge. Mass. 1898, no. 

23039. 

Illustrated Bu ff alo express. Jan. 8, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 119 



Jeweler's weekly. 

Jan. 12, 1899.) 
Jan. 18, 1899. 

Jan. 25, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Jan. 15, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 450 

Jan. 22. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 

451 

Jan. 29, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 30, 1899.) 

452 

Copyright bv Geo. E. Matthews &co., 

Buffalo. 1899, nos. 2978, 2980, 2982, 2984. 

Jan. 11, 1899. (Rec'd 

453 

(Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 

454 

(Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899.) 

455 

Copyright by Trades weekly co., New 

York. 1899, nos. 3082-3084. 

Journal of American folk lore. Oct., 
Dec, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899.) 456 
Copyright bv Journal of American 
folk lore, Boston. 1898, no. 15510. 

Judge. Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 
1899.) 457 

Copyright by Ark ell pub. co., New 
York. * 1898, no. 58436. 

Kindergarten review. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 

Jan. 30, 1899.) 458 

Copyright bv Milton Bradley co., 

Springfield, Mass. 1899, no. 601. 

Ladies' world. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 

30, 1899;) 459 

Copyright by S. H. Moore & co., New 

York.' 1898,no.71460. 

Legal intelligencer. Jan. 6, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899.) 460 

Copyright by Edward P. Allinson, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 3095. 

Leisure hours. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
7,1899.) 461 

Copyright by Charles A. Dixon, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 3097. 

Leslie's weekly. Feb. 2, 1899. (Rec'4 
Jan. 28. 1899.) 462 

Copyright by Arkell weekly co., New 
York. 1898, no. 58462. 

Mayflower. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 27. 
1899. ) 463 

Copyright by Mayflower pub. co., 
Floral Park, N. Y. 1898, no. 75249. 

Medical news. Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 28, 1899.) 464 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., New 
York. * 1899, no. 2709. 

Medical record. Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 28, 1899.) t65 

Copyright bv Win. Wood & CO., New 
York. ' 1899, no. 2686. 



219 

PERIODICALS— CoNTixrKD. 



TMlea — Continued. 

New England homestead. Jan. 7, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 7, 1899.) 466 

Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14. 1899.) 

467 

Jan. 21. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1899.) 

468 

Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1899.) 

469 
Copyright by Orange Judd co., 
Springfield, Mass. 1899, nos. 714-717. 

New voice. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 
1899.) 470 

Copyright by Funk & Wagnalls co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3191. 

New York Catholic news. Jan. 28, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 30, 1899.) 471 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74521. 

New York clipper. Jan. 28, 1899. ( Rec'd 
Jan. 26, 1899.) 472 

Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1899.) 

473 
Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 122, 123. 

New York lumber trade journal 
1899. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1899.) 

Copyright by New York 
trade journal co , New York. 
75240. 



Titles— Continued. 

Pennsylvania county court reports. Jan. 
28, 1899. ( Rec'd J an . 30, 1899. ) 483 

Copyright by T. <fc J. W. Johnson & 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, no. 70394. 

People's home journal. Feb., 1899. 

(Rec'd Jan. 20, 1899.) 484 

Copyright by F. M. Lupton, New 
York. 1899, uo. 2319. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Jan. 27, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 27, 1899.) 485 

Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1899.) 

486 
(Rec'd Jan. 29, 1899.) 
487 
(Rec'd Jan. 30, 1899.) 
488 



no ! 



Feb. 1, 

474 

lumber 

1898, no. 



New York medical journal. Jan. 7, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 475 

Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 

476 

Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 30, 1899.) 

477 
Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 3394-3397. 

New York weekly. Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899.) 478 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 258. 

Nick Carter weekly, no. 108. Jan. 21, 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 30, 1899.) 479 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 259. 

Old Cap. Collier, no. 788. 
(Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) 

Copyright by Norman L. Munro, New 
York." 1899, no. 3194. 

Open court. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 
1899.) 481 

Copyright by Open court pub. co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 73326. 

Parisian. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 9,1899.) 

482 
Copyright by M. L. Dexter, New 
York. 1899, no. 269. 



Jan. 24, 1899. 

480 



Jan. 29, 1899. 
Jan. 30, 1899. 
Jan. 31, 1899. 
Feb. 1, 1899. 



(Rec'd Jan. 31,1899.) 

489 

(Rec'd Feb. 1, 1899.) 

490 

Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 

co., Philadelphia. 1898, nos. 51151- 

51156. 

Pilgrim of our Lady of Martyrs. Feb., 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 30, 1899.)" 491 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 1898, no. 71746. 

Pluck and luck. Jan. 18, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 17, 1899.) 492 

Jan. 25, 1899. (Rec'd Jan.. 25, 1899.) 

493 

Feb. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1899.) 

494 
Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, nos. 3102-3104. 

Printer and bookmaker. Jan., 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) 495 

Copyright bv Howard. Lockwood & 
co., New York." 1899, no. 3531. 

Puck. no. 1140. Jan. 11, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1899.) 496 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,"New York. 1899, no. 399. 

St. Louis republic Sunday magazine. 
Jan. 8, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1899.) 

497 

Jan. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 17, 1899.) 

498 
Copyright by Geo. Knapp & co., 
St. Louis. 1899, nos. 348, 349. 

Saturday evening post. Jan. 28. 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 28, 1899.) 499 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 75712. 



220 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



School and home. Jan. 3, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 6. 1899.) 500 

Jan. 17, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 

501 
Copyright by Wm. L. Thomas, St. 
Louis. 1899, nos. 516, 517. 

Scientific American. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1899.) 502 

Jan. 14. 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1899.) 

503 

Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 

504 

Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899.) 

505 
Copyright by Munn & co., New 
York. 1899, nos. 401-404. 



Scientific American (building 
Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1899.) 
Copyright by Munn & co. 
York. 1899, no' 452. 



Scientific American (supplement). Jan. 
7,1899. (Rec'd Jan. 6, 1899.) 507 

Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. ^ 

508 

Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 

509 

Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899. ) 

510 
Copyright bv Munn &, co., New 
York/ 1899, nos. 463-466. 

Self culture. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 

3,1899.) 511 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 13175. 



Sendbote. 
1899.) 



Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 30, 
512 



ed.) 

506 

New 



Svenska Amerikauska posten. Jan. 24, 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1899.) 519 

Copyright by Swan J. Turnblad, 
Minneapolis. 1899, nos. 768, 769, 771. 

Tip top weekly, no. 145. Jan. 21, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 20, 1899.) 520 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York.' 1899, no. 261. 

True blue, no. 36. Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 13, 1899.) 521 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 262. 

Truth. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1899.) 

522 
Copyright by Truth co., New York. 
1898, no. 73613. 

United States treasury counterfeit de- 
tector. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 
1899. ) 523 

Copyright bv Dickerman & Holler, 
New York. 1899, no. 275. 



Copyright by Franciscan Fathers, 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 7 1056. 

Street railway journal. Feb., 1899. 
(Rec'd Feb. 2, 1899.) 513 

Copyright by Street railway pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76501 . 

Sunday magazine. Jan. 8, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 9, 1899.) 514 

Copyright by Ervin Wardman, New 
York. 1899, no. 3432. 

Superintendent and foreman. Jan. 24, 

1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899.) 515 

Jan. 31, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 1,1899.) 

516 
Copyright by .Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 1899, nos. 270, 271. 

Svenska Amerikauska posten. Jan. 3, 
1899. (Rec'd Jan. 10, 1899.) 517 

Jan. 10, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. ) 

518 



Weekly florists' review. Dec. 29, 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 524 

Jan. 5, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 7, 1899.) 

525 

Jan. 12, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899") 

526 

Jan. 19, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1899.) 

527 
Copyright by Florists' pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, u os. 265-268. 

j Werner's magazine. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1899.) 528 

Copyright by Edgar S. Werner, New 
York. * 1899, no. 2969. 

| Western electrician. Jan. 7, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 9, 1899.) 529 

Jan. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 14, 1899.) 

530 

Jan. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1899.) 

531 

Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 28, 1899. ) 

532 
Copyright by Electrical pub. co., 
Chicago/ 1899, nos. 288-291. 



Jan. 20, 1899. (Rec'd 
533 



Work and win 
Jan. 17.1899.) 

Jan. 27, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 25, 1899.) 

534 
Copyright by Frank Tonsey, New 
York. 1899,1)08.3108,3109. 

Yale law journal. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 3, 1899.) 535 

Copyright by Yale law journal co., 
New Haven, Conn. 1898, no. 59946. 



221 

PE RIODIC ALS— Contin ued. 



Titles — Continued. 


Titles — Continued. 


Young Klondike. Feb. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 1,1899.) 536 


Young people's weekly. Jan. 22, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 16, 1899.) 539 


Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no."3106. 


Jan. 29, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899.) 

540 


Young people's weekly. Jan. 8, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 3, 1899.) 537 


Copyright bv David C. Cook pub. co., 
Elgin, 111. 1899, nos. 3139-3142. 


Jan. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 9, 1899.) 

538 





IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



(The evening bell.) 
1058 



Abendglocke (Die). 
By Adolf Low. 

Copyright by Jobn Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 76188, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Ach konnte ich ein rnauscken sein. Text 
von Paul Grossmann; humoristisches 
lied von Wilhelm Aletter. Leipzig, 
Bosworth & co. 1059 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1898, no. 75848, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

"Adagio," from concerto niilitaire. C. 

Kiihn ; arranged by E. A. Lefebre for 

saxophone and piano. 1060 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

18S8, no. 77533, Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 
Admiral Dewey's victory. March and 

two-step, by A. G. Maier. 1061 

Copyright by Geo. Jaberg music co., 

Cincinnati. 1898. no. 77112, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 
Air varie in D minor, by Ch. de Beriot: 

op. 1. For violin and piano. Revised 

and lingered by Gustav Saenger. 1062 
Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New Vork. 

1898, no. 77537, Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 

Alabama coon's jubilee. Rag-time two- 
step, by Chauncy Haines. Piano. 1063 
Copyright by Harry Graul, Detroit. 

1899. no. 1980, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 

Album leaf. Jadasohn. Arranged by 
E. A. Lefebre for saxophone and piano. 

1064 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 77532, Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2. 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Alder (The) by the river. Words by 
Celia Thaxter; music by Margaret 
Byrd Wartman. 1065 

Copyright bv Wm, J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia, *1899, no. 2012, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

All-souls' day (''That night in May.") 
Allerseelen. English words by Paul 
England ; German text by Gilm ; music 
by Leonie Grossler-Heim : op. 2. Leip- 
zig, Bosworth & co. 1066 
Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1898, no. 75852, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 18S8. 

Alia mazurka, G. Goltermann; arranged 
by E. A. Lefebre for saxophone and. 
piano. 1067 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no.' 77522, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Am brunnen. Music by R. Meienreis. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 1068 

Copyright bv Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1898, no. '75811, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

American (The) boy. 
George Riccard. 



Grand march, by 
1069 

Copyright by George Riccard, Los 
Angeles/ 1898, no. 35628, June 10; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Andante und polonaise fiir rh'Jte, mit kla- 
vierbegleitung, von Ferd Buchner: 
op. 11. Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann. 1070 

Copyright by Jul. Heinr. Ziinmer- 
mann, Leipzig. 1899, no. 19, Jan. 3 : 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Argyll Highlanders. 
Kent Carruth. 



March, by Anna 
1071 



Copyright by C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 2414, Jan. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Aristocrat (The). Two-step, by C. W. 
Wilcox : op. 31, for 1st violin or man- 
dolin. For piano. 1072, 1073 
Copyright by C. W. Wilcox, Dallas, 
Tex. 1898, ncs, 77563, 77564, Dec. 31; 
2 copies each rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Arlington. Two-step for piano, by Ella 

M. Hall. 1074 

Copyright by Geo. Jaberg music co., 

Cincinnati. 1898, no. 77098, Dec. 30; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Aspasia. Ein albumblatt fur clavier, von 
Budolf Kiihnel - Engelsberg: op. 5. 
Berliu, N. Simrock. ' 1075 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899. no. 16. Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
2, 1899. 

Battle of Manila, March and two-step, 

by E. Raymond Howe. 1076 

Copyright by Geo. Jaberg music co., 

Cincinnati. 1898, no. 77107, Dec. 30; 

2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

By Schleift'arth ; arranged by War- 
ren Beebe for brass band. 1077 
Copyright by E. T. Root & sons, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 77129, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd. Dec. 30, 1898. 

Bless us. Savior. Words by E. E. Hewitt ; 
music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 1078 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 1998, J an. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Boot and saddle. (Cavalier tunes, no. 3.) 
Four-part song for men's voices. Words 
by Robert Browning; music by Gran- 
ville Bantock. London, Novello & 
co. 1079 

Copyright by Novello & co., London. 
1899, no. 2260, Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
4, 1899. 

Brothers and sisters across the sea. 
Words by E. E. Hewitt; music by Win. 
J. Kirkpatrick. ' 1080 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 2019, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Buchfink (Der). Music by Gustav Hin- 

richs: op. 27, no. 1. 1081 

Copyright by Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 1898, no. 77495, Dec. 31 ; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Building. Words by E. E. Hewitt ; music 

by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 1082 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 2000, Jan. 3; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Camp Dewey march, by A. Nelson Adams. 

1083 
Copyright by A. Nelson Adams, 
Stockton, Cal. 1898, no. 65613, Nov. 8; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Cantilene. G. Goltermann ; arranged 
by E. A. Lefebre for saxophone and 
piano. 1084 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. * 1898, no. 77534, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2. 1899. 

" Cavatina." Joachim Raff; arranged 
by E. A. Lefebre for saxophone and 
piano. 1085 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 7 
York. " 1898, no. 77521, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Christ, the good Shepherd. Words by 
A. R. Carey; music by Wm. J. Kirkpat- 
rick. 1086 
Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. * 1899, no. 2007, Jan. 3 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Christmas carols, by H. P. Girard. 1087 
Copyright bv Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 1898, no. 77494, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1898. 

Christmas song. (See, the dawn from 
heaven is breaking.) Words by 
Thomas Moore; music bvRegnarKidde. 

1088 
Copyright bv Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 1898, no. 77489, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1898. 

Chums (The) polka, by L. P. Laurendeau, 

for 2 cornels and piano. 1089 

Copyright by John Church & co., 

Cincinnati. 1899, no. 1996, Jan. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Claudia. March and two-step, by Ru- 
dolph Calmann. ' 1090 
Copyright by Abraham Wilsky, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899. no. 128, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Coll Nidrey. Music, bv Simon Adlor. 

1091 
Copyright by Theodor Lohr, New 
York. ' 1898, no.. 77324> 1 tec. M ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Confusion waltz. Guitar solo, by W. L. 
Battell. 1092 

Copyright by W. L. Battell, Milwau- 
kee. 1898. no. 77565, Dec. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Conquest (The) of Manila. Composed 
by A.E.Chalmers. 1093 

Copyright by Andrew Ellsworth 
Chalmers, Deep water, Mo. 1898, no. 
49135, Aug. 23; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 
1899. 

Cradle song. Words and music by Mary 
B. Wilson. 1094 

Copyright by Mary B. Wilson, Den- 
ver. 1898, no. 77562, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Cycle (A) of German songs. Words by 
Johanna Ambrosius; set to music by 
Clayton Johns : op. 23. 1095 

Copyright by G. Sch inner, New York. 
1899, no. 1967, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
2, 1899. 

Cyrano two-step, by Ed. Cooper. Piano. 

1096 
Copyright by Sol Bloom, Chicago. 
1898, no. 67158, Nov. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 10, 1898. 

Cyranose ! Song. Words by Louis Haw- 
ley; music by Paxil Langly. 1097 
Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 75092, Dec. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Daisies. Words by Kate A. Carriugton; 

music by Jessie G. Inman. 1098 

Copyright by C. W. Thompson & co., 

Boston. 1899, no. 2412, Jan. 4; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Darktown (The) dandy. A characteristic 
heel tickler for piano, by J. W. Lerman. 

1099 
Copyright by Geo. L. Spanlding, New 
York. 1898. no. 64624, Nov. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Day (The) before Santa Clans conies. 
Words and music bv Howard Leslie. 

1100 
Copyright by Geo. Jaberg music co., j 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 77109, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Dear little dewdrops. Words by E. E. 
Hewitt; music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 

1101 
Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 2002, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

14902— Vol. 18, No. o 2 



Dear little violets. Words by E. E. 
Hewitt; music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 

1102 
Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 2003, Jan. 3 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Delta sigma delta march, by C. W. Col- 

trin. 1103 

Copyright by C. W. Coltrin, Austin, 

111. 1898, no. 76122, Dec. 27; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

"Dinah." March two-step, for band, by 
J. F. Zimmermann. 1104 

March two-step, by J. F. Zimmer- 
mann. Piano. 1105 
Copyright by Brand pub. co., Cincin- 
nati. 1898, nos. 77505, 77504, Dec. 31 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Doll's (The) lullaby for the piano. A. E. 
Warren. 1106 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 189*, no. 76186, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Dora Brown. Medley waltz, by F. Beyer, 
for band. il07 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1898/110. 71478, Dec. 8 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

D'une fausse pitie. Sc*me et aria, by 
Mozart; arranged by W. S. Ripley for 
band. 1108 

Copyright by H. E. McMillin, Cleve- 
land. 1898, no. 77281, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Fancy that! Song. Words by Harry 
Greenbank ; music by Herbert E. 
Crimp, no. 3 in E flat. London, 
Keith, Prowse & co. 1109 

Copyright by Keith, Prowse & co., 
London. 1899, no. 23, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2,1899. 



ftir orgel, von Camillo Schumann: op. 
10. Leipzig, J. Rieter-Biedermann. 

1110 
Copyright by J. Rieter-Biedermann, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 18, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Fantasiestiick, von Bruno Steindel. 
Piano. 1111 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1898, no/75452, Dec. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 24, 1898. 

Faust march. Gounod. Band. 1112 

Copyright by Grasmuk & Schott, 
New York. 1899, no. 1983, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Favorite baud journal, no. 5, by McCosk 
and Raymond. 1113 

no. 6, by McCosh and others. 1114 

Copyright bv E. T. Root & sons. Chi- 
cago. 1898, nos. 77131, 77132, Dec. 30 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

First studies for the pianoforte, forming 
a foundation for the higher technique, 
by Louis Kohler: op. 50. Revised, 
fiugered, and annotated by W. S. B. 
Mathews. 1115 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 74270, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Fishing (The) boat. (Das fischerboot.) 
Words by M. Howitt; music by Stanley 
Hawlev. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

1116 
Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1898, no/75853, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
For liberty and home. Song and chorus. 
Words and music bv John A. Forde. 

1117 
Copvrightbv John A. Forde, Decorah, 
Iowa." 1898, no. 77332, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
For right and freedom. March, by A. 
Paoletti. Piano. 1118 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1898, no. 77536, Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 
Friihling (Spring). Music by Carl 
Samans. 1119 

Copyright bv Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 1898, no. 77491, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Fugue in A minor, for the pianoforte, by 
F. Chopin; arranged by Natalie Jano- 
tlia. London, Metzler & co. 1120 

Copyright by Natalie Janotha, Lon- 
don. 1898. no. 76883, Dec, 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
Gavotte and musette, for the piano, by 
Paolo Gallico. 1121 

Copyright by G. Sch inner, New York. 
1898, no. 76189, Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 27, 1898. 
Gen'l Chatham's march, two-step, by 
Andrew F. Roberts. 1122 

Copyright by Andrew F. Roberts, 
McComb City, 'Miss. 1898, no. 76921, 
Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
George, I can't meet you. Burlesque two- 
step, by J. S. YVillard. For orchestra, 

1123 

For band. 1124 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, nos. 73796,73798, Dec. 17; 
2 conies each rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



Girl (The) who kissed Hobson. Words 
and music bv Alida Prescott McDowell. 

1125 

Copyright by Mrs. Alida Prescott 

McDowell, San Antonia, Tex. 1898, no. 

74083, Dec. 19; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 

1899. 

Gloria in Excelsis. By Chas. H. Fenner. 

1126 
Copvright by Luckhardt & Belder. 
New York. 1898, no. 77493, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Gondellied (boat song), bv Adolf Low: 
op. 34, no. 2. 1127 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 76187. Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



Good-bye. Song. 
Hammer. 



Music bv Marie von 
1128 



Copyright by Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 1898, no. 77487, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Gorn (De) coon. Harn dance, by Thomas 
Bidgood. London, Hawkes & son. 

1129 
Copyright by Hawkes & sou, Lon- 
don. 1898, no.' 75830, Dec, 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Graded pieces for pianoforte, by F. W. 

Zeiner. -v. 1-4. no. 1. Introduction. 

v. 1. 1130 

no. 2. Interval exercises, v. 2, 

no. 3. Fundamental exercises. 



no. 4. Daily exercises, v. 1. 

no. 5. France's first waltz, v. 1 

no. 6. The jolly Marian, v. 1. 

no. 7. Round and round, v. 1. 

no. 8. In the gondola, v. 1. 

no. 9. Christmas waltz, v. 1. 

no. 10. Primary class march. 

no. 11, Sonorita waltz, v. 2. 

no. 12. Enchantress waltz. 

no. 13. Twittering bird galop. 

no. 14. Barcarole, v. 2. 

no. 15. Agatha waltz, v. 2. 

no. 16. On the playground. 

no. 17. Grammar class march. 

no. 18. Blissful moments, v. 3. 

no. 19. Cantatrix polka, v. 3. 

no. 20. Georgian a waltz, v. 3. 

no. 21. Lakeside reverie, v. 3. 

no. 22. Butterfly polka, v. 3. 

— — no. 23. Marien galop, v. 3. 

no. 24. Fridas waltz, v. 4. 

no. 25. Lenners greeting, v. 1. 



1131 
v. 1. 
1132 
1133 
1134 
1135 
1136 
1137 
1138 
v. 2. 
1139 
1140 
v. 2. 
1141 
v. 2. 
1142 
1113 
1141 
v. 2. 
1115 
v. 3. 
1116 
1147 
1148 
1119 
1150 
1151 
L152 
1153 
1151 



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Titles — Cod tinned. 



Titles — Continued. 



Graded pieces for pianoforte, by F. W. 
Zeiner. v. 1-4. no. 26. On the beauti- 
ful Flushing bay. v.4. 1155 

no. 27. Alpiue voices, v.4. 1156 

uo. 28. Idvle. A garden of tulips. 

v. 4. 1157 

no. 29. Murray Hill schottische. v.4. 

1158 

no. 30. April showers, v.4. 1159 

— — no. 31. Roosevelt Rough Riders' 

march, v. 4. 1160 

Copyright by F. W. Zeiner. New 

York/ 1898, uos. 65871-65901, Nov. 10; 

2 copies each rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Grande polonaise en re fiat. Composee 
pour piano, par E. Duval: op. 42. 
London, H. J. Reeks. 1161 

Copyright by Chas. Sheard & co.. 
London. 1898, no. 58809. Oct. 5 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Oct. 4, 1898. 

Gretchen. Musical high tea. no. 1. Duet 

for piano, by Eduard Hoist. 1162 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 1981, Jan. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Hail! heavenly messengers. "Words by 
R. C. M. ; music by Robt. C. Marquis 
and Carrie E. Koch. 1163 

Copyright by Robt. C. Marquis, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 1978, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Hallowe'en. Song, composed hy R. Mei- 
enreis. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

1164 
Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1898, no. 75845, Dec. 27: 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Harvest (The) angel. Song. Words by 
Edward Teschemacher; music by Her- 
hert E. Crimp, no. 3 in G. London, 
Keith & Prowse. 1165 

Copyright by Keith & Prowse, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 24, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 
Hobson's volunteer. March two-step, by 
Genevieve B. Dennison. 1166 

Copvright by Geo. Jaborg music co.. 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 77108, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 3898. 
Hurricane. March and two-step, by 
Theo. A. Metz, for orchestra. 1167 

Copyright by H. E. McMillin, Cleve- 
land. 1898, no. 77598, Dec. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Hymns to the sacred heart and holy name 
of Jesus. Composed by Victor Ham- 
merel. 1168 

Copyright bv J. Fischer and brother, 
New York, 1898, no. 77484, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



I ain't ben de same coon senee. Words 

and music by George AY. Gage. 1169 

Copyright by George W. Gage, Kenil- 

woith, 111., 1898, no. 77507, Dec. 13; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

I am a little star for Jesus. Words by 
Myron AY. Morse: music by Wm. J. 
Kirkpatrick. 1170 

Copvright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 1999, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

I am Jesus' little lamb. Words by F. 
Stevenson; music by Wm. J. Kirkpat- 
rick. 1171 
Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 2016, Jan. 3: 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

I dreamed. (Mein traum. ) Words by Hu- 
bert Cutler; music by Stanley Hawley. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & Co. 1172 

Copyright by Bosworth & Co., Leip- 
zig, 1898, no. '75847, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

I dreamed I was a shepherd. Words and 
music by Robt. C. Marquis. 1173 

Copyright by Robt. C. Marquis, Chi- 
cago, 1899, no. 1971, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

I heard the bells ou Christmas day. Words 
by H. W. Longfellow; music'by Robt. 
C. Marquis. 1174 

Copyright by Robt. C. Marquis, Chi- 
cago, 1899, no. 1976, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

I want a real coon. Cake walk two-step, 

by Bernard Adler, for orchestra. 1175 

Copvright by N. Nelson, Chicago, 

1898, no. 73512, Dec. 16; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 

I would be a little light. Words by E. E. 
Hewitt: music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 

1176 
Copvright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 2001, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Im walde, fur uiaiio, von G. Sarakowski. 

London, Phillips & Oliver. 1177 

Copyright by Phillips & Oliver, 

London. 1899, no. 12, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Imperial dance folio, by Will Rossiter. 

1178 
Copyright by Will Rossiter. Chicago. 
. 1898. no. ""76741, Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

It must be told. Written by Eobt. C. 
Marquis: words by Almeda E. Wight; 
accompaniment bv Carrie E. Kocb. 

1179 
Copyrigbt by Eobt. C. Marquis, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 137, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Jesus, high in glory. Words by J. E. 
Clark; music by Win. J. Kirkpatrick. 

1180 
Copyright bv Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia, ^1899, no. 2018, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Jesus, name all names above. Music by 

Geo. B. Nevin. 1181 

Copyright bv Clayton F. Summv co., 

Chicago. 1898, no"! 76192, Dec. 27; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Jolly days march, by J. II. Jennings. 
Two banjos. 1182 

Guitar solo. 1183 

First and second mandolin, guitar, 

and piano accompaniment. 1184 

Copyright bv J. H. Jeunings, Provi- 
dence,' K. I. '1898, nos. 76195-76197, 
Dec. 27; 2 copies each rec'd Dec. 27, 
1898. 

Jolly Jennie Jones. By Fred J. Hamill; 
arranged by Hans S. Lino. [Vocal.] 

1185 
Copyright bv F. J. Hamill. Chicago. 
1898, no.^72378', Dec. 12; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 3. 1899. 

Just before the battle. Words by E. 
CarlLitsey; music by Sam. C. H.John- 
ston. 1186 
Copyright by Geo. Jaberg music co.. 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 77111, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Kentucky love song. Words and music 
by Minnie Graves Watson. 1187 

Copyright bv C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 2413. Jan. 4; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

King (The; of glory. Words by Almeda 
E. Wight; music by Robt. C. Mar- 
quis. 1188 
Copyright by Robt. C. Marquis, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 1977, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

King Olaf's war horns. Words by H. W. 
Longfellow; music by Carl Busch : op. 
24. 1189 

Copyright by Luckhardt & Beldcr, 
New York. 1898, no. 77492, Dec. 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Klog fon Zion's techter. Lament of 
Ziou's daughters. Music by Simon 
Adler. 1190 

Copyright by Theodor Lohr, New 
York. 1898, no. 77325, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Kriegers abschied. Marsch fiir miinner- 

chor, von J. G. Boehine. 1191 

Copyright by J. G. Boehme, New 

York. 1898,no.77059, Dec. 30; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Ladies' favorite two-step, by AY. S. Rus- 
sell. 1192 
Copyright bv Thos. Goggan & bro., 
Galveston, Tex. 1898, no. 61122, Oct. 
17 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 17, 1898. 

Lady Alice. Waltzes, by M. M. Doob; 
arranged bv W. H. Mackie for orches- 
tra. ~ 1193 
Copyright by Isidore Prager, Jersey 
Citv. 1899, no. 132, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Leila. Serenata Mexicana, by Wm. Paris 

Chambers. 1194 

Copvright by W. Paris Chambers, 

New York. 1898, no. 56296, Sept. 26; 2 

copies rec'd Sept. 26, 1898. 

Life in the Orient. Concert waltzes, by 
Guy Sterling Manatt. 2 mandolins 
and guitar. 1195 

Copyright by Manatt & Roe, Grin- 
nell.Iowa. 1899, no. 135, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1898. 

Lillian. Ma/.urka for piano, by Edwin 

A. Boyer. • 1196 

Copyright by Geo. Jaber<r music co., 

Cincinnati. 1898, no. 77113, Dec. 30; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Little (A) Dutch garden. Words by 
Hattie Whitney; music by Frederic 
Chapman. 1197 

Copyright by Boosey & co., New 
York.' 1899, no'. 1992, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Little fantasia on American children's 
songs, by Gustav Saenger: op. 76; ar- 
ranged for violin and piano. 1198 

no. 3. By Gustav Saenger: op. 75; 

arranged for violin and piano. 1199 
Copvright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, nos. 77523, 77520, Dec. 31 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Little ones like me. Words by M. Ram- 
sey; music by Chas. J. L. Clark. 1200 
Copvright bv Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 2010, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Little soldiers of Jesus. Words by E. E. 
Hewitt; music by Win. J. Kirkpatrick. 

1201 
Copyright, by Wra. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia, '1899, no. 2005, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Little things. Words by E. E. Hewitt; 

music by Win. J. Kirkpatrick. 1202 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. '1899. no. 2013, Jan. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Lone (The) star. March and two-step, 

by F.R. Switzer. 1203 

Copyright by Floyd Ross Switzer, 

Little Falls, N. Y. 1898, no. 46557, Aug. 

5; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Lullaby to baby dear. Words and music 
by Celia Walters Harrigan. 1204 

Copyright by C. W. Harrigan, Chi- 
cago. 1898,no.71474, Dec. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec, 27, 1898. 
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis. Set to 
music in the key of C. by T. Allen 
Cleaver. 1205 

Copyright by T. Allen Cleaver, New 
York/ 1899, no. 2829, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 
March (" The Jno. A. Wood"). By R. W. 
Hall. Band. 1206 

Copyright by R. W. Hall music co., 
Gillespie, Pa. 1898, no. 74081, Dec. 19; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 
Marianne. Music by Gustav Hinrichs: 
op. 27, no.2. 1207 

Copyright by Lnckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 1898, no. 77496, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 'i, 1899. 
Marteau (Le) del'orfevre. Goldschmieds 
kammerhin, by Rich. Eilenberg: op. 
215. Leipzig, Aug. Cranz. 1208 

Copyright by Aug. Cranz, Leipzig. 
1898. no. 75*54,' Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 27, 1898. 
Matilda. Mazurka, by Juan Draper; ar- 
ranged for mandolin and guitar by 
A. H. Plante. 1209 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 73909. Dec. 
17 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 
Mazurka-caprice, for the piano, by Paolo 
■ Gallico. 1210 

Copyright by G. Schirmer. New York. 
1898, no. 76190, Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 27, 1898. 
Mazurka grazioso, by Francis M. Paine: 
op. 10, no. 9. 1211 

Copyright by Francis M. Paine, Hyde 
Park, 'Mass. 1899, no. 1986, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mein kleiues lied. By R. Meienreis. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 1212 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1898, no. 75843, Dee. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec, 27, 1898. 

Method (A) of singing, by Hans Leitz. 
With numerous plates oi" vocal organs, 
prepared by the author as an aid in 
teaching. Translated from the German 
by Th. Baker. 1213 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898. iro. 77344, Dec. 31; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Missionary bells. Words by E. E. Hewitt ; 

music by Win. J. Kirkpatrick. 1214 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 2015, Jan. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

My chocolate-colored baby. By A. Sol- 
man; arranged by W. G. Yule for 
brass band. 1215 

Copyright by E. T. Root & sons, 
Chicago." 1898, no. 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

My home down in old Tennessee. Words 
and music by Mrs. Ella Rood. 1216 

Copyright by Mrs. Ella Rood, Nash- 
ville. 1898, no. 69323, Nov. 28; 1 copy 
rec'd Nov. 28, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Jan. 2, 
1899. 
"New Amsterdam up to date." Medley- 
quadrille, by L. O. De Witt. Orchestra. 

1217 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1898, no. 77527. Dec. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 

No room for the babe. AVords by Almeda 

E. Wight; music by Robt. C. Marquis. 

1218 
Copyright by Robt. C. Marquis, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 1972, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 
Nocturne for piano, by J. A. Carpenter. 

1219 
Copyright by H. B. Stevens co , Bos- 
ton. 1899, no'. 1989, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Now the day is over. Words by S. B. 
Gould; music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 

1220 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. *1899, no. 2004, Jan. 3; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Oh! Ebenezer. March aud two-step 

polka, arranged by Chas. E. Pratt. 

1221 
Copyright by Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76123, Dec. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Old (The) mill wheel. By Fred J. Ham- 
ill ; arranged by Hans S. Line, [vocal.] 

1222 

Copyright by F. J. Hamill, Chicago. 
1898, no. 59788, Oct. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 

On wings of love. Mazurka elegante for 

piano, by E. S. Phelps. 1223 

Copyright by Eli John Werner, 

Brooklyn. 1898, no. 77326, Dec. 31; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Organist's repertoire. Compiled and 
edited by E. J. Biedermann. v. 2. 

1224 
Copyright by J. Fischer & brother. 
New York. 1898, no. 77486, Dec. 31; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Our bovs return. March two-step, by 

Franz Rath. 1225 

Copyright by Franz Rath, Utica, 

N. Y. 1898, no. 77329, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Our Father's care. Words by E. E. Hew- 
itt; music by A. F. Bourne. 1226 
Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 2020, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Our favorite regiment. March, by D. 
Ertl. Arranged for orchestra by Theo. 
Moses-Tobani. 1227 

Piano. 1228 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer. New York. 
1898, nos. 77524, 77538. Dec 31 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Our hero and heroes at Manila. Descrip- 
tive march, bv Otto Knaeble. Piano 

duet. 1229 

Copyright by Balmer & Weber music 
house co., St. Louis. 1898. no. 77551, 
Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2. 1899. 



Our triumphant fla 
H. Fischer. 



Marcli, by George 
1230 

Copyright by J. Fischer & brother, 
New York. 1898, no. 77485, Dec 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd .Jan. 2, 1899. 

Overture-festival. By F. L. Dahu; ar- 
ranged by C. H. Yahrling for orchestra. 

1231 
Copyright by H. E. McMillin, Cleve- 
land. ' 1898, no. 77509. Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



Bv Francis M. Paine : 
1232 



Peace of eveuiu 
op. 10, no. 8. 

Copyright bv Francis M. Paine, Hyde 
Park. 'Mass. 1899, no. 1987, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2. 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Perle (La) de Zurita. Habanera. L. 
Diehl; arranged by E. A. Lefebre for 
saxophone and piano. 1233 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898. no, 77519, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Pleasant companions. Duet for two alto 

saxophones, by E. A. Lef ebre. 1234 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 

York. * 1898. no. 77528, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Polonaise, bv Edmund Severn. Piano. 

1235 
Copyright by P. L. Jung, New York. 
1899, no. 2109. Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
2, 1899. 

Portraits. Five pieces for the pianoforte, 

by Thomas Whitney Surette. no. 1. 

The 'cello player. 1236 

no. 3. Waywardness. 1237 

no. 4. 1720. 1238 

no. 5. * * *. 1239 

Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., 

New York. 1899, nos. 151, 153-155, Jan. 

3; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

'Possum (De) huut for me. Words by E. 
Carl Litsev ; music bv Sam C. 11. John- 
ston. 1240 
Copyright by Geo. Jaberg music co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 77115, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Praises to our King. Words and music by 

O. T. Hotchkiss. 1241 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 2009, Jan. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Preliminary studies in melody playing, 
for the pianoforte, by Wilson G. Smith: 
op. 76. 1242 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 1997, Jan. 3; 2copies 
rec'd Jan. 2. L899. 

Pretty little blue-eyed maiden. Song 
and chorus. Words and music by 
Walter Johnson. 1243 

Copyright by Walter Johnson, De- 
troit. ' 1898, no. 64391, Nov. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Pride of the American navy. March, 
two-step, by ('has. Brown; arranged 
by Hans S. Lend for orchestra. 121 1 
Copyright by N. Nelson, Chicago. 
1898, no. 73452, Dec. 16. 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2,1899. 

Prince (The) Emmanuel. Music by 
Robt. C. Marquis. 1215 

Copyright by Kobt. C. Marquis, 
Chicago. L899, no.1979, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Prince (The) of New York. Overture. 
by E. Aseher. Band. 1246 ; 

Copyright by Grasrauk & Scliott, 
New York. 1899, no. 1985, Jan. 3; 2 
copies ree'd Jan. 3. 1899. 

Prudent (The) maiden. After an old 
German ditty. Composed by R. 
Meienreis. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

1247 
Copyright by Bosworth & co, Leip- 
zig-. 1898. no. 75844, Dec. 27. 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Quintett in A moll fiir klavier, 2 violinen, 
bratsehe nnd violoucell, von Arthur 
Foote: op. 38. 1248 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1898, no. 76185, Dec. 27; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

••Rakoczy" march, Czerinak; arranged 
for orchestra by Theo. Moses-Tobani. 

1249 

Piano. 1250 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. '1898, nos. 77526, 77539, Dec. 31 ; 2 
copies each ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Reine (Die) Jiebe oder gotenyu beweis 
dein ness. Music by Simon Adler. 

1251 
Copyright by Theodor Lohr. New 
York. 1898, no". 77324, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Dec. 31, 1898. 

Resurrection (The) song. Words by W. 

J. Irons; music by Geo. B.Neyin. 

1252 
Copyright by Clayton F. Summy ' 

co., Chicago. 1898, no. 76194, Dec. 27; 

2 copies ree'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
Return, my soul, and sweetly rest. Hymn 

anthem. Music by Berthold Tours; 

arranged by Franz Holz. 1253 

Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 1898, no. 75795, Dec. 24 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Dec. 24, 1898. 
Rhine-wine song. Music by Franz Ries; 

arranged by Harrison M. Wild. 1254 
Copyright by Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 1898, no. 76193, Dec. 27; 2 

copies ree'd Dec. 27, 1898. 
A Romance. L. v. Beethoven. Arranged 

by E. A. Lel'ebre for saxophone and 

piano. 1255 

' Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1898. no. 77525, Dec. 31: 2 copies ree'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 

Romanze, fur violine, mit piano-beglei- 
tung, yon August Enna. Leipzig, 
Friedrich Hofmeister. 12o6 

Copyright by Friedrich Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 20, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 2,1899. 



Rooster. March and two-step, by Ru- 
dolp Calniami. 1257 

Copyright by Abraham Wilsky, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 127, Jan. 3;" 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Rough Riders' charge. Song. Words by 
D. Edgar Anthony; music by Jeannette 
B. Anthony. 1258 

Copyright by Jeannette B. Anthony, 
Brooklyn. 1899, no. 147, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Round (The) oak guards march, by Harry 
Ellsworth Shroff; arranged by Maude 
Guise Stolley. Piano solo. 1259 

Copvriuht by Stolley & Shroff, Do- 
wagiac, Mich. ' 1899, no. 136, Jan. 3; 2 
copies ree'd Jan. 2. 1899. 

"Runaway girl," two-step, by Chas. L. 
Van Baar. Full orchestra. * 1260 

Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. 1899. no. 1993, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
ree'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Sanctified (The) coon. Words and music 
by Sue W. Ray and Frank B. Noe. 

1261 
Copyright by Geo. Jaberg music co., 
Cincinnati. 1898.no. 77111, Dec. 30; 2 
copies ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Sechs lieder fiir eine singstimme, mit 
clavier; yon Leo Schrattenholz : op. 12. 
no. 1. Wenn ich an dich gedenke, 
When I am dreaming. Berlin, N. 
Simrock. 1262 

Copyright by N. Simrock. Berlin. 
1899, no. 21, Jan. 3; 2 copies ree'd Jan. 

. 2, 1899. 

Sensitive (The) plant. Trio for women's 
voices. Words from Shelley; music 
by Julia Orr Ludlow. 1263 

Copyright by Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 1898, no. 77491, Dec. 31; 2 
copies ree'd Jan. 2. 1898. 

Shake yo' dusters. Rag two step, by W. 

H. Ivrell, for orchestra. T264 

Copyright by N. Nelson, Chicago. 

1898, no. 73511, Dec. 13; 2 copies ree'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 

Sixteenth regiment. March, two-step, bv 

Lillian Field. 1265 

Copyright by Geo. Jaberg music co., 

Cincinnati. 1898, no. 77105, Dec. 30; 2 

cojnes ree'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Skipper's (The) home. Song. Words 
by Clifton Bingham; music by Leslie 
Conyers. London, Cary & co. 1266 
Copyright by Cary & co., London. 
1898. no. 67837, Nov. 21 ; 2 conies ree'd 
Nov. 21.1898. 



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Titles — Continued.. 

Smoky mokes. Cake walk and two-step, 
by Abe Holzmann; arranged by W. H. 
Mackie for orchestra. 1267 

Copyright by Feist & Frankenthaler, 
New York. 1898, no. 70799, Dec. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 6, 1898. 

[Piano.] 1268 

Copyright bv Feist & Frankenthaler, 
New York. 1899, no. 1990, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Soldier's (The) courtship waltzes, by 

Archie Jeanotti. 1269 

Copyright by Archie Jeauotti. New 

York/ 1898, no. 76191, Dec. 27; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Soldiers in the park. March, by Lionel 
Monckton. Piano. London, Chap- 
pell & co., ltd. 1270 
Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. 1898, no.' 77283, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Somebody. Song. Poetry by Robert 
Burns; music bv Cecile Uartog. Lon- 
don, Chappell & co., ltd. 1271 
Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. 1898, no. 77282, Dec. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Sometime, sweetheart. Words by J. W. 
Humphries; music by W. Sheppard 

Camp. 1272 

Copyright bv F. A. Mills, New York. 

1899, no. 2022, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 
24, 1898. 

Spring song. (Friihlingslied.) Words 
by Hubert Cutler; music by Stanley 
Hawley. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

1273 
Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1898. no. 75846, Dec. 27: 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Still! far niiinnerchore. Gedicht von 
Lndwig Pfau; mnsik von Gottfried 
Angerer. Leipzig, Luckhardt's mil- 
sik-verlag. 1274 

Copyright by Luckhardts musik- 
verlag, Leipzig. 1899, no. 17, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Sweet bunch of daisies. Medley waltzes, 
by Anita Owen; arranged by Hans S. 
Line for orchestra. 1275 

Copyright bv N. Nelson, Chicago. 
1898, no. 73513, Dec. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
.Jan. 2, 1899. 

Sweet lavender. Schottische caprice, 
for piano; by Ivan L. Davis. 1276 

Copyright by Brand pub. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898," no. 77506, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sweetest face that smiles on me. Words 
by T. Alcliffe Teske; music by F. A. 
Blackmer. 1277 

Copyright by P. A. Blackmer, Ev- 
erett, Mass. 1898, no. 1995, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Tell them of Jesus. Words and music 

by Louise J. Strong. 1278 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia, 1899, no. 2008, Jan. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Tennessee (De) christ'nin'. Words and 

music by Harry B. Norris. 1279 

Copyright by Frank Dean & co., 

London. 1898, no. 76627, Dec. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Tennessee (A) shout. Southern jubilee 
march, two-step, for band; by R. M. 
Brand. 1280 

Copyright by Brand pub. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 77503, Dec. 31 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

For 2 mandolins, guitar and piano. 

1281 
Copyright bv Brand pub. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1898, no. 77096, Dec. 30 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 30. 1898. 

They believed the star. Words by 
Almeda -E. Wight; music by Robt. C. 
Marquis. 1282 

Copyright by Robt. C. Marquis, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 1974. Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3.' 1899. 

Think well before you say good-bye. 
WritteD bv E. Carl Litsey; composed 
by Sam C. H. Johnston. 1283 

Copyright by Geo. Jaberg music co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 77110, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 30. 1898. 

Three dances (in canon throughout) for 
violin and pianoforte; by Battison 
Havnes. London, Novello & eo. no. 

1, gavotte. 1284 

no. 2, minuet. 1285 

no. 3, waltz. 1286 

Copyright by Novello & co.. London. 

1899, nos. 2510-2512, Jan. 5; 2 copies 

each rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Three poems by Robert Burns; set to 
music for the voice, with piano accom- 
paniment, by YVinthrop L. Rogers. 1. 
It was her een sae bonnie blue. 1287 

- 1 2. Bonnie wee Thing. 1288 

3. Of a' the airts the wind can blaw. 

1289 
Copyright bvG. Schirmer. New York. 
1899, nos. 1964-1966, .Ian. 3; 2 copies 
each rec'd .Jan. 2, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

To Mary in heaven. Song. Words by 
Kobert Burns; music by Alfred Red- 
head, no. 2 in A flat. London, Keith 
& Prowse. 1290 

Copyright by Keith & Prowse, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 25, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 

(Trapper's (The) love. Words and music 
by Henry Martin. 1291 

Copyright by Harry M. Yeo, Rich- 
mond, Ind. 1898, no. 47915, Aug. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Trifoliuni. Moritz Leiffmann. English 
version by Johu Bernhoff; music by 
Enjelbert Hnmperdinck. Leipzig, 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel. no. 1. The lan- 
guage of the flowers. Blumensprache. 

1292 

no. 2. My greeting. Mein grass. 1293 

no. 3. Hlue violet. Blaureilcken. 1294 

no. 4. Spring blossoms. Lenzknos- 



pen. 


1295 


— no. 5. 


The butterfly. Flattern. 1296 


— no. 6. 


Love's secret. Geheimniss. 




1297 


— no. 7. 


I will not tell. Entsagnng. 




1298 


— no. 8. 


Forebodings of spring. Maiah- 


nung. 


1299 



Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig, Germany. 1898, nos. 73254- 
73261, Dec. 16; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 
2, 1899. 

Turkish march. " L'odalisque," by Wil- 
liam b\ Kretschmer: op. 90. Orchestra. 

1300 
Copyright by Cari Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no. 77529, Dec. 31 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Tyrolean (The) maid. Alpine song; ar- 
ranged by E. A. Lef ebre for saxophone 
and piano. 1301 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. " 1898, no. 77530, Dec. 31 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Uncle Sam's new babies. Song, polka, 
march, and two-step, bv Rudolph Cal- 
mann. 1302 

Copyright by Abraham Wilsky, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 129, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
V. C. (The) march, by Alphonse Czibulka, 
London, Charles Sheard & co. 1303 

Copyright bv Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 1898, no. 76888, Dec. 30 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 
Valedictorian (The). March, two-step, 
by Jos. R. Bulkley. 1304 

Copyright bv Jos. R. Bulklev, Savan- 
nah. 1898, no. 77330, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Valse majestic, by Joseph Gun term aim. 
Piano. ' 1305 

Copyright by Carlin & Lennox, In- 
dianapolis. 1899, no. 141, Jan. 3. 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Very (The) easiest studies for the piano- 
forte. Thirty-six pieces for beginners, 
by Louis Kobler: op. 190. Revised, 
fingered, and annotated by W. S. B. 
Mathews. 1306 

Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899!; no. 74273, Dec. 19 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Victoria march, two-step, by William 
Cohen; arranged for orchestra by S. 
Hosfeld. 1307 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 77517, Dec. 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Village (The) band. By Percy Gaunt. 

Band. 1308 

Copyright by Grasniuk&Sckott, New 

York/ 1899, no. 1984, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Viola Allen gavotte, bv Louie Maurice. 

Piano solo. 1309 

Copyright by Howlev, Haviland &. 

co., New York. 1898, no. 63926, Oct. 31 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Wasseriilie. Music by R. Meienreis. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 1310 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1898, no. 75842, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Watermelon. Words and music by Geo. 

R, Wilson. 1311 

Copyright by Windsor music co., 

Chicago. 1898, no. 62564, Oct. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Way (The) of it. (Wie es geht.) Words 
by John Vance Cheney; music bv 
Albertine Crandall. 1312 

Copyright by Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 1898, no. 77488, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

We are going onward. Words by Fanny 

J. Crosby ; music by W. J. King. 1313 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia, 1899, no. 2011, Jan. 3 ; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

We are little sowers. Music by Wm. J. 

Kirkpatrick. 1314 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. *1899, no. 2014, Jan. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



232 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Wedding procession. A. Terschak; ar- 
ranged by E. A. Lefebre for saxophone 
and piano. 1315 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no! 77535, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



What birdie sings. Words by E. E. j 
Hewitt; music by Wni. J. Kirkpatrick. I 

1316 
Copyright bv Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, I 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 2017, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



Two-step march, by 
1317 



Whistling Rufus 
Kerry Mills. 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 
1899, no. 2023, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 11, 1898. 

Who will go? Words by E.E.Hewitt; 

music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 1318 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. '1899, no. 2006, Jan. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Who will honor the lowly child? Words ' 
and music by Robt. C. Marquis. 1319 
Copyright by Robt. C. Marquis, 
Chicago. 1899. no. 1973, Jan. 3 : 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3. 1899. 

Widow (A) bird. (Das verlassene voge- 
lein. ) Poem by P. B. Shelley ; music by 
Stanley Hawley. Leipzig, Bosworth 
& co. * 1320 

Copyright by Bosworth »fc co., Leip- 
zig. 1898. no. 75851, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec 27, 1898. 



Wildfeuer walzer, fiir clavier, von Rudolf 
Kiihnel-Engelsberg: op. 4. Berlin, 
N. Simrock. I32i 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, no. 15, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
2, 1899. 

Wilhelmina. Morceau, by Karl de 
Bubna: op. 76. 1322 

Copyright bv Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 2411, Jan. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Z weigesang for the piano, by Adolf Low : 
op. 34, no. 3. 1323 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899,*no. 2021, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec, 27, 1898. 

12 studies for the violin, by Donald 
Heins. Leipzig, Bosworth it co. 1324 
Copyright bv Bosworth & co , Leip- 
zig. 1898, no/75849, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

11 duets for 2 E-flat or B-flat saxophones. 
A. Maveur; arranged bv E. A. Lefebre. 

1325 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1898, no. 77531, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd .Ian. 2, 1899. 

65th regiment inarch, for brass and reed 
band, by D. R. Bliss. 1326 

Copyright by D. R. Bliss. Schenec- 
tady. N. Y. 1898, no. 77328, Dec. 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



V. MAPS A1STI) CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically bv the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors, see eud of 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Afton, Cherokee Nation, Ind. T., Nov., 

1898. 89 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 3519, Jan. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Albany and Rensselaer (Map of the cities 

of) and portions of Bath and East 

Greenbnsb, N. Y. 90 

Copyright by Sampson, Murdock & 

co., Boston. 1898, no. 76564, Dec. 28 ; 2 
eopies rec'd Jan. 7, 1891). 

Bedford, Lawrence conntv, Ind., Nov., 

1898. 91 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 3526, Jan. 

7; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Bellaire, Antrim county, Mich., Dec, 1898 

(Insurance maps of). 92 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., Now York. 1899, no. 3520, Jan. 

7 ; 2 copies rec'd dan. 7, 1899. 

Belmont (Plan of house lots at), owned 

by Win. P. Hale. 93 

Copyright by C. P. Varnoy, I'.oston. 

L899, no. 202 1. Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 

5, 1899. 

Bloomfield, Davis conntv, Iowa, Nov., 

1898. 01 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1890. no. 3527, dan. 

7; 2 copies rec'd dan. 7. L899. 



233 

MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Brownsville, Linn countv, Oreg., Nov., 

189*. 95 

Copvrigbt by Sauborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 76198, 

Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Burlington, Racine county, Wis., Nov., 

1898 (Insurance maps of). 96 

Copvrigbt by Sanborn- Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 2036, Jan. 

3 : 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



Canton, St. Lawrence countv, N. Y 
1898. 



Nov., 
97 

Copvrigbt bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 2033, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Caspar. Mendocino countv, Cal., Nov., 

1898. 98 

Copvrigbt by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 2447, Jan. 

4 : 2 copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Chapin, Morgan county, III., Dec, 1898 

(Insurance maps of). 99 

Copvrigbt bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 77572, 

Doc. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Cbecotab, Creek Nation, Ind. T., Dec, 

1898. 100 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd., New York. 1899, no. 3518, Jan. 

7; 2 copies rec'd .Ian. 7, 1899. 

Edina, Knox county, Mo., Oct., 1898. 101 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 77566, 
Dec. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Elkboru, Walworth county, Wis., Nov., 

1898. 102 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 77567, 

Dec. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Faiiland, Cherokee Nation, Ind. T., Nov., 

1898. 103 

Copvrigbt bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899. no. 3517, Jan. 

7: 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, i899. 

Flemingsburg, Fleming county, Kv.. Oct., 
1898. 104 

• Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 77568, 
Dec, 31 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2. 1899. 

Ft. Recovery, Mercer county, Ohio, Dec, 

1898 (Insurance maps of). 105 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 3521, Jan. 

7; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 1, :899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Great Barrington, Berkshire county, 

Mass., Nov., 1898. 106 

Copvrigbt by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 2032, Jan. 

3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Grinnell, Powesbiet countv, Iowa, Nov., 

1898. 107 

Copvrigbt bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd., New York. 1899, no. 2037, Jan. 

3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Henrv, Codington county, S. Dak., Nov., 

1898. 108 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd., New York. 1899, no. 3516, Jan. 

7 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Humeston, Wayne countv, Iowa, Nov., 

1898. 109 

Copvrigbt by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 2027, Jan. 

3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Huntington, including Guyandotte, Cen- 
tral City, Cabell county, and Ceredo, 
Wayne county, W. Va., Nov., 1898 (In- 
surance maps of). 110 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 3515, Jan. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Iroquois. Kingsbury county, S. Dak., 

Dec, 1898. Ill 

Copvrigbt bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 3514, Jan. 

7 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Junction City, Lane countv, Oreg., Oct., 

1898. 112 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

- co., ltd., New York. 1898, no. 76199. 
Dec. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Kahoka, Clark county, Mo., Nov., 1898. 

113 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New" York. 1899, no. 2031, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Kirksville, Adair county, Mo., Nov., 1898. 

114 
Copvrigbt by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New' York. 1899, no. 3525, 
Jan, 7; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7. 1899. 

Ladoga, Montgomery countv, Ind., Nov., 

1898. 115 

Copvrigbt by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 2030, 

Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Lewisburg, Greenbrier county, W. Va., 

Dec, 1898. 116 

Copvrigbt by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New' York. 1899, no. 3524, 

Jan. 7; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7,1899. 



234 

MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Memphis, Scotland county, Mo.. Nov., 

1898. 117 

Copyright "by Sanborn - Ferris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 2029, 

Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Milan, Sullivan county. Mo.. Nov., 1898. 

118 
Copyright bv Sanboru -Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 2026, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Niles, Trumbull county, Ohio, Nov.. 1898. 

119 
Copyright by Sanborn- Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 3523, 
Jan. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Okmulgee, Creek Nation, Ind. T., Dec, 

1898. 120 

Copyright by Sanborn - Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 2028, 

Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Port Clinton, Ottawa county. Ohio, Oct., 

1898. 121 

Copyright by Sanborn -Perris map 

co., ltd., New' York. 1899, no. 2035, 

Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



St. Lawrence, Hand county 
Nov., 1898. 



Dak.. 
122 

Copyright by Sanborn -Perris man 

co., ltd., New 'York. 1899. no. 3522, 
Jan. 7: 2 copies rec'd .Ian. 7. 1899. 

Sodaville, Linn county, Oreg, Oct., 1898. 

123 
Copyright by Sanborn- Perris map 
co., ltd.. New York. 1899, no. 2446, Jan. 
4; 2 copies rec'd Jan. I. 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

South Dakota (E. Frank Peterson's), 

1899. 121 

Copyright by E. Frank Peterson. 

Vermillion, S. Dak. 1899, no. 2025J 

Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Tawas City and EastTawas, Iosco county, 

Mich, Nov., 1898. 125 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd.. .New York. 1899. no. 2034. Jan. 

3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Third ward, Borough of Queens. City of 

New York, Jan., 1898. " 126 

Copyright by G. A. Eollier, Flushing, 

N. Y. 1898, no": 49901, Aug. 26 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Sept. 7, 1898. 

Versailles, Darke count v, Ohio, Oct., 

1898. 127 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd. /New Y T ork. 1898, no. 77569, 

Dec. 31 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

YVestport. Mendocino county, Cal., Nov., 

1898. 128 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New 'York. 1899, no. 2145, 

Jan. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Whitewater, Walworth county, Wis., 

Nov., 1898. 129 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd'., New York. 1899, no. 2038. J an. 

3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Yonkers, Westchester county, N. Y. (In- 
surance maps of). 130 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co.. ltd..' New York. 1898. no. 77570, 
I )ec, 31 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 



VI. ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically b\ titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Peep (A) through the keyhole. 



Morning. 
204 

Night. 205 | 

Copyright by John Levy, New York. 
1899, nos. 3273, 3271, Jan. 0; 2 copies 
each rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Typical Hawaiian scenes. Feature cut 2, 

1899. 206 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 1899, no. 3528, Jan. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

300-ampere double-pole switch. 207 

Copyright by United correspondence 

schools. New York. 1898, no. 77587J 



235 



VII. OHROMOS A1STJJ LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Black face Tom Lewis. 

no. 8075. 



Portrait. 3-sheet, 
57 



Copyright by Strobridoe litho. co.. 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 70452, Dec. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 6. 1898. 

Don't want. (N. Y., no. 8311, 3-sheet.) 

58 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898. no. 74289, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Jay and Fop. no. 3558. 59 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 2936, Jan. 6; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 0, 1899. 

Watermelon. 20-sheet, no. 8298. 60 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 72068, Dec. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. Tor index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Abbot (Willis John). 238 

Copyright by Floride Green, New 
York. 1899, no. 3737, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Aboard the righting cruiser "Brooklyn," 
looking aft from the forward bridge. 

239 
Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2148, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1889. 

After deck on the " Oregon,'' showing two 
13-inch, four 8-inch, and two 6-inch 
guns. 240 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2174, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

After (8-inch) turret trained on starboard 

quarter, U. S. S. "Brooklyn."' 241 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2141, Jan. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



After (The) 13-inch guns of the U. 
'Oregon." 



S.S. 
242 



Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2158, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



American horse and squaw 
1004. 



(Sioux.) no. 

243 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 

1899, no. 2189, Jan . 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan . 

3, 1899. 

i 

Army heroes of '98. no. 1. 244 

Copyright by Lee & Epler, Ne w York. 
1898, no. 52291, Sept. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Sept. 6, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

^and, 203d New York yol. inf. Spanish- 
American war, 1898. 245 
Copyright by L. Lelaud Beckett 
Barton, jr.. Washington. 1899, no. 2123, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Battleship (The) "Iowa." just before 
starting around Cape Horn to Hawaii 
and Manila. 246 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2173, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan 2, 1899. 
" Billy " begging for food, on the battle- 
ship " Iowa." 247 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
- Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2153, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

"Billy," the mascot of the "Iowa," after 
his beer. 248 

After tobacco. 249 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, nos. 2142, 2178, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Boatswain (The) and battle-scarred cap- 
stan ; Admiral Schley's fi a g s h i p 
"Brooklyn." 250 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2146, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Cervera's last hard-tack. 251 

Copyright by Battie P. Winters, 
Savannah. 1898, no. 69350, Nov. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Chief American Horse (Sioux), no. 1005. 

252 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899, no. 2190, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
3, 1899. 



236 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Chief Grant Richards (Tonka wa), no. 

1057. 253 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 

1899, no. 2193, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 

3, 1899. 

Co. E, 203 New York vol. Inf. Spanish- 
American war, 1898. 251 
Copyright by L. Leland Beckett 
Barton, jr., Washington. 1899, no. 2125. 
Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Co. F, 203 New York vol. Inf. Spanish- 
American war, 1898. 255 
Copyright by L. Leland Beckett 
Barton, jr., Washington. 1899, no. 2126, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Co. G, 203 New York vol. Inf. Spanish- 
American war, 1898. 256 
Copyright by L. Leland Beckett 
Barton, jr., Washington. 1899. no. 2127. 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Co. H, 203 New York Inf. vol. Spanish- 
American war, 1898. 257 
Copyright by L. Leland Beckett 
Barton, jr., Washington. 1899, no. 2128, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Co. I, 203 New York Inf. vol. Spanish- 
American war, 1898. 258 . 

Copyright by L. Leland lie* 
Barton, jr., Washington. 1899, no. 2129, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Coaches arriving at Mammoth Hot 

Springs. 259 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 

Orange, N. .1. 1899, no. 2 IDS. Jan. 4; 2 

copies ree'd Jan. 3, IXW. 

Coaches going to Cinnabar from Yellow- 
stone Park! 2(50 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. .1. 1899, no. 2466, Jan. I : 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3. 1899. 

Comic semes from life. Quarto sheet, 
no. 1. 261 

Quarto sheet, no. 2. 262 

Copyright by William h'eeyes. New 
11 ;ivcn. 1898, noe. 77593, 77594, Dec. 31 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Jan. 2, 189!'. 

Converted (The) yacht "Gloucester," 
which so gallantly fought Cervera's 
ships at Santiago. 203 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2109, Jan. 3 : 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Driving the ilock. 264 

Copyright by K. S. Hart. Boston. 
1899, no. 3278, Jan. 6; 2 copies ree'd 
Jan. 6, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Famous (The) "Rough Riders," Camp 
Wikoff, Montauk Point, N. Y. 265 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2135, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

First-class (The) battle ship ''Indiana' 
in dry dock. Rear view. 266 

Scraping off barnacles. 267 

Copyright by Strohmever &, Wyman, 
Arlington. N. J. 1899, nos. 2131,' 2110, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

First-class (The) battleship " Massachu- 
setts" in dry dock. Rear view. 208 
Copyright bv Strohmever & Wyman. 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2113, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Foregone (A) conclusion. 269 

Copyright by Martha H. Harvey, 
Annisquain, Mass. 1899, no. 2186, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Forward turret and 13-inch guns, sea- 
going battleship "Iowa." 1,2. 

270, 271 
Copyright by Strohmever & Wy- 
man. Arlington, N.J. 1899, nos. 2179. 
2180, Ian. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 
2, 1899. 

Forward (8-inch) turret trained ahead, 
U.S.S.-" Brooklyn.'' 272 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wy- 
man, Arlington. N.J. 1899, no. 2132, 
Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Freckled Face (Arapahoe), no. 1113. 

273 
( opvright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899, iio. 2194, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1899. 

General view of the Infantry cam]). 
Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point.N.Y. 

274 
Copyright by Strohmeyer vV Wy- 
man. Arlington, N.J. 1899, no. 213.'!, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Gloucester harbor, 3. 27. > 

Copyright by Martha II. Harvey, 
Annisquam, Mass. 1899, no. 2187. Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Governor Diego Narango (Pueblo), no. 

1123. 276 

^ opyrigbt by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899, no. 2200, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 3, 189!). 

Great (The) fit-inch guns of the battle- 
ship " Oregon." 277 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wy- 
man, Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2159, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2. 1899. 



237 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Group, Co. A, 203 New York vol. Inf; ! 
Spanish-American war, 1898. 278 j 

Copyright by L. Lelaud Beckett Bar- 
ton, jr., Washington. 1899, no. 2124, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Hattie Tom (Chiricahua Apache), no. 

1010. 279 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 

1899, no. 2191, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 3, 1899. 

Havana (Panoramic view of), showing 
the entrance to the harbor, and inner 
harbor, [etc.] 280 

Copyright bv R. A. C. Smith, New 
York. 1898, no. 33774, May 31; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd May 31, 1898. 

Henry Wilson and wife. (Mojave 

Apache.) no. 1218. 281 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 

1899, no. 2204, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 3, 1899. 

Hope. 282 

Copvright bv W. H. Erskine, Hun- 
tington, W. Va. 1898, no. 71821, Dec. 
9; 1 copy rec'd Dec. 9, 1898; 1 copy 
rec'd Jan. 24, 1899. 

Hosea. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9. 283-287 

Copvright bv J. Granville Smith, 
Boston. 1899, nos. 2092-2095, 166, Jan. 
3; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

In autumn fields. 288 

Copyright by R. Eickemeyer, jr., 
Yonkers, N. Y. 1899, no. 3279. Jan. 6; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

In bygone days. 289 

Copyright bv Arthur P. Yates, Syra- 
cuse. 1898, no! 72480, Dec. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 12, 1898. 

Juan Jose. (Pueblo.) no. 1122. 290 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899, no. 2199, J an. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
3, 1899. 

Letting go the starboard anchor, U. S. S. 
"Brooklyn." 291 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2145, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Life's happv hours. "Best I guess, is 

the old recess." Riley. 292 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman. 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2161, Jan. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Little bird. (Arapahoe.) no. 1115. 293 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899, no. 2196, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lookiug aft, from the forward bridge of 

the "Iowa." 294 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer &. Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2168, Jan. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Looking forward from the starboard side 
of the quarter-deck, U. S. S. "Brook- 
lyn." 295 
Copvright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2152, Jan. 3 : 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Lower falls, Grand canon, Yellowstone 

Park. 296 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 

Orange, N. J. 1899, no. 2469, Jan. 4; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Lowering the second ding'ay, U. S. S. 

"Brooklyn." 297 

Copyright by Strohmever & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2138, Jan. 3; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Marine guard, Admiral Schley's flagship 
"Brooklyn." Aim! " 298 

Inspection. 299 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, nos. 2156, 2162, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Marine Guard, U. S. S. "Iowa." Inspec- 
tion. 300 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2154. Jan. 3, 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

••Massachusetts" (The) in dry dock, 

Brooklyn Navy-Yard. 301 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J . 1899, no. 2136, J an. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Mater dolorosa. 302 

Copvright by H. W. Minns, Akron, 
Ohio. J 1898, no. 77591, Dec, 31; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Mosteose (Holy Rabbit). Iowa, No. 1273. 

303 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899, no. 2205, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1899. 

I Nasuteus (Wichita). No. 1118. 304 

Copvright bv F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899,^110. 2198,'jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1899. 

"Old glory" flies proudly on the noble 

" Oregon." 305 

Copvright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. j. 1899, no. 2176, Jan. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



238 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

On the after turret of the "Iowa," look- 
ing toward the " Oregon." 306 
Copyright by Strohmeyer &Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2171, Jan. 2 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

On the battle ship "Iowa." Lowering a 

steam launch. 307 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wvman, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2170, Jan. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

On the beach, Atlantic City, N. J., U. S. A. 

308 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J . 1899, no. 2160, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

On the "Iowa." Marine guard drilling. 

(1,2.) 309.310 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & '.Yvniau, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, nos. 2166.' 2167, 

Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

"Oregon"' (The) ready to return around 

Cape Horn to Hawaii and Manila. 311 

Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2172, Jan. 3; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Ontpost (The). 312 

Copyright by K. S. Hart, Boston. 
1899, no. 3277, Jan. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1899. 

Pablino Diaz (Kiowa), no. 1043. 313 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899, no. 2192, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan 3, 1899. 

Passing in review; ''Rough Riders" at 
Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point. N. V. 

314 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wymnn, 
Arlington, N.J. 1899, no. 2157, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2 1899. 
Piping to dinner on the U. S. S. " Brook- 
lyn." 315 
Copyright bv Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, X. J. 1899, no. 2134, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Port gangway, looking aft, U. S. S. 
"Brooklyn." 316 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J . 1899, no. 2139, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Promenading the beach, Atlantic City, 
New Jersey, U. S. A. 317 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2130, Jan . 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Returning from work. 318 
Copyright by K. S. Hart, Boston. 
1899, no. 3276, Jan. 6 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Roosevelt (Col.) and officers of the 

"Rough Riders." 319 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2183, Jan. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Sac family, no. 1126. 320 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899. no. 2201, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
3, 1899. 

Schley's (Admiral) flagship "Brooklyn," 
in dry dock after the return from San- 
tiago. 321 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2164, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

1, 2. 322, 323 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, nos. 2181,2182, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Scrubbing deck, U. S. S. " Brooklyn." 

324 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899. no. 2137, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Sea-going (The) battle ship "Iowa" (aft.) 

325 
Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2147, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Second division of crew at quarters, 

U. S. S. " Brooklyn." 326 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2149, Jan. 3; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Second division, port side, quarter-deck, 

U.S.S." Brooklyn." 327 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J . 1899, no. 2151, Jan. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Setting-up drill, marine guard, Admiral 

Schley's flagship "Brooklyn." 328 

Copyright by Strohmeyer cV: Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2163, Jan. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



'On guard," 
329 



Single stick exercise 
U. S. S. " Iowa." 

Copyright by Strohmeyer vV Wvman, 
Arlington, N. J . 1899, no. 2155, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Starboard gangway and crane; looking 
forward, IJ. S. armored cruiser " Brook- 
lyn." 330 
Copyright by Strohmeyer cV Wvman, 
Arlington, N. J. 1899, no. 2175, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



239 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Starboard gangway, looking aft, U.S. S. 

"Brooklyn." 331 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. .1 . 1899, no. 2144, Jan. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Starboard gangway, looking forward, 

U. S. S. " Brooklyn." 332 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington. N. J. 1899. no. 2150, Jan. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Starboard side of the quarter-deck, look- 

ing forward, Admiral Schley's flagship 

"Brooklyn." 333 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

Arlington, N. J . 1899, no. 2177, Jan. .3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Startled. 334 

Copyright bv Arthur P. Yates, Syra- 
cuse. * 1898, no'. 72481. Dec. 12; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 12, 1898. 

Street (Mrs. Joseph) (Winnebago;. No. 
1131. 335 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899, no. 2203, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 3, 1899. 
Sunset from Cripple Creek, no. 2. 336 
Copyright by Edgar A. Yelton, Crip- 
ple Creek, Colo. 1899, no. 167, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Sword exercise, "On guard," battleship 
"Iowa." 337 

Copyright by Strohmeyer & Wyman, 
Arlington, X. J. 1899, no. 2165, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Tatnm. (Wichita.) no. 1128. 338 

Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899, no. 2202, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
3, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Tourists going round Yellowstone park. 

339 
Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 1899, no. 2467, Jan. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Twins (The). 340 

Copyright by K. S. Hart, Boston. 
1899, no. 3275, Jan. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1899. 

Two little crows, no. 996. 341 

Copyright by P. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899, no. 2188, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
3, 1899. 
Washington monument, nos. 1, 2. 

342, 343 
Copyright by William Wallace Gib- 
son, Washington. 1899, nos. 3529, 3530, 
Jan. 7; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 
Whisperings. 344 

Copyright by H. W. Minns, Akron, 
Ohio. 1898, 110"". 77592, Dec. 31 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
White Buffalo. (Arapahoe), no. 1114. 

345 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899, no. 2195, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
3, 1899. 
Wichita woman and baby. no. 1117. 

346 
Copyright by F. A. Rinehart, Omaha. 
1899, no. 2197, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
3, 1899. 

Wreckage atNantasket beach, the result 
of the storm of Nov. 26 and 27, 1898. 

347 

Copyright by William B. Luce, Hing- 

ham Center. Mass. 1898, no. 76569, 

- Dec. 28; 1 copy rec'd Dec. 28, 1898; 1 

copy rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 



IX. FINE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law, with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to he perfected as 
works, of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Bust portrait of a beautiful young woman 
wearing a very large hat with drooping 
plumes at one side, etc. 127 

Copyright by American lithographic 
co., New York. 1899, no. 4471, Jan. 10; 
1 photograph rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

"On the fly." 128 

Copyright by R. M. Donaldson, New 
York. 1899, no. 4470, Jan. 10; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Within an open wreath of palm branches 
is shown the bust portrait of a negro, 
with smiling face, etc. 129 

Copyright by Slaight & Reibold, 
Newark, N. J. 1899, no. 4472, Jan. 10; 
1 photograph rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 



14902— Vol. 18, Xo. 5 3 



240 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of eacli title is printed the rubric under -which the full title will he found.) 



Adams (A. Nelson), Stockton, Cal. : 

Camp Dewey march. A. Nelson 
Adams. (Music.) 
American lithographic co., New York : 

Bust portrait of a beautiful young 
woman. (Fine arts.) 
American press association. New York: 

Daisv Mav takes a long look ahead. 
(Books: 3.) 

Davids are wanted. (Books: 3.) 

Klondike burdens. (Books: 3.) 

Late fashions from Paris. ( Books : 3. ) 

Spanking or ethics. (Books: 3.) 

Talented sisters. (Books: 3.) 

Typical Hawaiian scenes. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Anderson (W. H.) & co., Cincinnati: 

Kinkead (Edgar B.) The law of 
pleading in civil actions and defenses, 
underthecode. vols. 1, 2. (Books: 1.) 
Anthony (Jeannette B.), Brooklyn: 

" Rough Riders"' charge. D. Ed gar 
Anthony ; Jeannette B. Anthony. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Applegreen (John), Chicago : 

Applegreen's barkeepers' guide. 
(Books: 3.) 
Baker (Walter H.) & co., Bostpn: 

Breezy Point. (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 
Balmer & Weber music house co., St. 
Louis : 

Our hero and heroes at Manila. Otto 
Knaeble. (Music.) 
Barrie (George) <fc son, Philadelphia: 

Balzac (Honore de). The country 
doctor. (Books: 1.) 

The village curd. (Books: 1.) 

Barton (L. Leland Beckett, jr.), Wash- 
ington : 

Band, 203 New York vol. Inf. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Co. E, 203 New York vol. Inf. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Co. F, 203 New York vol. Inf. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Co. G, 203 New York vol. Inf. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Co. H, 203 New York Inf. vol. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Co. I, 203 New York Inf. vol. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Group, Co. A, 203 New York vol. Inf. 
(Photographs.) 
Battell ( W. L.), Milwaukee : 

Confusion waltz. W. L. Battell. 
(Music.) 
Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 

Advisory rates of Lake City, Iowa. 
(Books: 2.) 

Oxford, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Panora, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Sac City, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Winthrop, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 



Blackmer (F. A.), Everett, Mass. : 

Sweetest face that smiles on me. F. 
A. Blackmer. (Music.) 
Bliss (D. R.), Schenectady, N. Y. : 

65th regiment march. D. R. Bliss. 
(Music.) 
Bloom (Sol), Chicago: 

Cyrano two-step. Ed. Cooper. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Boehme (J. G.), New York : 

Kriegers abschied. J. G. Boehme. 
(Music.) 
Boosey and co., New York : 

Little (A) Dutch garden. Frederick 
Chapman; Hattie Whitney. (Music.) 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig: 

Ach Konnte ich ein Miiuschen sein. 
Paul Grossmann ; Wilhelm Aletter. 
(Music.) 

All-souls day. Paul England ; Leonie 
Grossler-Heim. (Music.) 

Am bruunen. R. Meienreis (Music.) 

" Fantasiestuck." Bruno Steindel. 
(Music.) 

Fishing (The) boat. (Das fiscker- 
boot.) M. Howitt; Stanley Hawley. 
(Music.) 

Hallowe'en. R. Meienreis. (Music.) 

I dreamed. Stanley Hawley. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Meinkleineslied. R. Meienreis. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Prudent (The) maiden. R. Meienreis. 
(Music.) 

Spring song. Stanley Hawley. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Wasserlilie. R. Meienreis. (Music.) 

Widow (A) bird. Stanley Hawley. 
(Music.) 

12 studies for the violin, by Donald 
Heins. (Music.) 
Brain ard's (S.) sons co., Chicago: 

Cyrauose! Song. Louis Hawley; 
Paul Langly. (Music.) 
Brand publishing co., Cincinnati: 

Dinah. March, two-step. J. F. Zim- 
mermann. (Music.) 

Sweet lavender. Ivan L.Davis. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Tennessee (A) shout. R. M. Brand. 
(Music.) 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig : 

Trifolium. Music by E. Humper- 
dinck. no8. 1-8. (Music.) 
Brown and Sliarpe mfg. co., Providence: 

Browne & Sharpe mfg. co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. Catalogue and price lists, 
1899. (Books: 1.) 
Bulkley (Jos. R.), Savannah, Ga. : 

Valedictorian (The). Jos. R. Bulk- 
ley. (Music.) 
Buyer's reference co., New York : 

List of buyers, no. 105. (Books: 2.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Coxtixukd. 



Camp (W. M.), Chicago: 

Camp(\V. M.) Notes on track. 87. 
(Books: 3.) 
Carey & Co., London: 

Skipper's (The) home. Clifton Bing- 
ham; Leslie Conyers. (Music.) 
Carlin *fc Lennox, Indianapolis: 

Yalse majestic. Joseph Guntermann. 
(Music.) 
Chalmers (Andrew Ellsworth), Deep- 
water. Mo. : 

Conquest (The) of Manila. A. E. 
Chalmers. (Music.) 
Chambers (W. Paris), New York: 

Leila. Serenata Mexican a. AY. P. 
Chambers. (Music.) 
Chappell & co., London: 

''Runaway girl." Two-step, Charles 
L. YanBaar. (Music.) 

Soldiers in the park. Lionel Monck- 
ton. (Music.) 

Somebody. Robert Burns; Cecile 
Hartog. (Music.) 
Chicago record, Chicago : 

Affects the Finnish troops. (Books: 
3.) 

Alarm in Belgrade. (Books: 3.) 

Albania will suffer. (Books: 3.) 

All Cuba is free. (Books: 3.) 

American sailors welcomed. ( Books : 
3.) 

Art exhibits in London. (Books: 3.) 

Battle with African savages. (Books : 
3.) 

Believe Zola in Norway. (Books: 3.) 

Bids farewell to the Czar. (Books: 3.) 

Blow to the British. (Books: 3.) 

Boers seem to invite trouble. 
(Books: 3.) 

Bohemians desire autonomy. (Books : 
3.) 

Both miss the mark. (Books: 3.) 

Criticises American policy. (Books: 
3.) 

Damage by fire in Bremen. (Books: 
3.) 

Diplomat returns from Russia. 
(Books: 3.) 

Drink habit treated as disease. 
(Books: 3.) 

Expecting a cabinet crisis. (Books : 
3.) 

Expecting trouble in Africa. (Books : 
3.) 

Fear Cuban uprising. (Books: 3.) 

Fears British aggressiveness. 
(Books: 3.) 

Figure on the future. (Books: 3.) 

Forces wages down in Sweden. 
(Books: 3.) 

Germans claim Wake island. (Books : 
3.) 

Gloomy view of Austria's future. 
(Books: 3.) 

Held together by Franz Josef. 
(Books: 3.) 



Chicago record, Chicago 
Hungarian reichst; 
(Books: 3.) 

Interest in the Philippines 



in tumult. 



(Books: 



3.) 



Kaiser suffers much. (Books: 3.) 
May delay the pope's letter. (Books 



(Books: 3.) 
grand duke. 



Message from Rome 

Message from the 
(Books: 3.) 

Natives of Yisavas in revolt. (Books 
3.) 

Otis to calm rebels. (Books: 3.) 

Political unrest in France. (Books 



3.) 



Prince Yictor in Brussels. (Books: 



idea is losing. 



3.) 

Protest in Santiago. (Books: 3.) 

Regrets America's position. (Books : 
3.) 

Russia's big budget. (Books: 3.) 

Salvation armv in Sweden. (Books : 
3.) 

Says expansion 
(Books: 3.) 

Serious trouble in Morocco. (Books : 
3.) 

Smallpox in camp. (Books: 3.) 

Spanish army plots. (Books: 3.) 

Spanish steamer aground. (Books : 
3.) 

To benefit the workingmen. (Books: 
3.) 

To improve Italian art. (Books: 3.) 

Yon Buelow to visit London. 
(Books: 3.) 

Well-known educator dead. (Books : 
3.) 

Will not hurt American trade. 
(Books: 3.) 

AY ill take a run into the Andes. 
• (Books: 3.) 
I Church (John) co., Cincinnati: 

Abendglocke (Die.) The evening 
bell. Adolf Low. (Music.) 

Chums (The) polka. L. P. Lauren- 
dean. (Music.) 

Doll's (The) lullaby. A. E. Warren. 
(Music.) 

Gondellied. (Boat song.) Adolf 
Low. (Music.) 

Method of singing, by Hans Leitz. 
(Music.) 

Zweigesang. Adolf Low. (Music.) 
Cleaver (T. Allen), New York: 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis. T. 
Allen Cleaver. (Music.) 

Collier (Wm. Miller), Auburn, N. Y. : 
Collier (Wm. Miller). The law of 

bankruptcy. (Books: 1.) 
Comp. official rules, forms and 

general orders in bankruptey. (Books : 

1.) 

Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 
Qualitative analysis. (Books: 2.) 



242 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Coltrin (C. W.) Austin, 111. : 

Delta sigma delta march. C. W. 
Coltrin. (Music.) 
Cox (Palmer), New York: 

Cox (P.) "The Brownies'" century 
run. (Books: 3.) 
Cranz (Aug.), Leipzig, Germany: 

Marteau (Le) de L'orfevre. Richard 
Eilenberg: op. 215. (Music.) 
Dean (Frank) & co., London: 

Tennessee (De) christ'nin.' Words 
and music by Harry B. Norris. 
Dent (J. M.) & co., London, England: 
Balzac (Honore de.) The middle 
classes. (Books: 1.) 
Donaldson (R. M.), Aew York: 
: <Onthefly." (Fine arts.) 
Dye (Dr. J. H.), rued, inst., Buffalo : 

Cure (A) for female weakness. 
(Books: 2.) 
Eaton (Seymour), Lansdowne, Pa : 

Chicago (The) record's home study 
circle, nos. 305-310. (Books : 3. ) 
Edison (Thomas A.), Orange. N. J. : 

Coaches arriving at Mammoth Hot 
Springs. (Photographs.) 

Coaches going to Cinnabar from 
Yellowstone Park. (Photographs.) 

Lower Falls. Grand Canyon. Yellow- 
stone Park. (Photographs.) 

Tourists going round Yellowstone 
Park. (Photographs.) 
Eickemeyer (R., jr.), Yonkers: 

In Autumn fields. (Photographs.) 
Electrical engineer institute of corre- 
spondence instruction. New York. 

Theoretical and practical medico- 
surgical radiography. (Books: 2.) 
Ellinore sisters. New York : 

Dangerous (The) Mrs. Delaney. 
(Drama.) 
Erskine ( YVilliani Henry), Huntington, 
\Y. Ya. : 

.Hope. ( Photographs.) 
Feist and Frankenthaler, New York: 
"Smoky mokes/' A. Holzmann. 
( Music.) 
Fielding (Howard), U.S.: 

Fielding ( Howard ). The fanny man's 
best girl. (Books: 3.) 
Fischer (Carl), New York: 

Adagio. C. Kuhn; E. A. Lefebre. 
(Music.) 

Air varie in I) minor. Ch. de Beriot. 
(Music.) 

Album leaf. Jadasohn; E. A. Lefe- 
bre. (Music.) 

Alia mazurka. G Goltermann; A. E. 
Lefebre. (Music.) 

Cantilene. G. Goltermann, A. E. i 
LeTebre. (Music.) 

Cavatina. J. Raff; E. A. Lefebre. 
(Music.) 

For right and freedom. March. A. 
Paolette. (Music.) 

Little fantasia on American children's 
songs. Gustav Saenger. (Music.) 



Fischer (Carl), New York: 

Little fantasia on American college 
songs. Gnstav Saenger. (Music.) 

" New Amsterdam up to date." L. O. 
De Witt. (Music.) 

Our favorite regiment. March. D. 
Ertl; Theo. Moses-Tobani. (Music.) 

Perle (La) de Zerita. (Habanera.) 
L. Diehl ; E. A. Lefebre. (Music.) 

Pleasant companions. E. A. Lefebre. 
(Music.) 

Rakoczy. March. Czermak; Theo. 
Moses-Tobani. (Music.) 

Romance. L. v. Beethoven; E. A. 
Lefebre. (Music.) 

Turkish march. William F. Kretsch- 
mer. (Music.) 

Tyrolean (The) maid. E. A. Lefebre. 
(Music.) 

Wedding procession. A. Terschak; 
E. A. Le'febre. (Music. ) 

14 duets for 2 E flat or B flat saxo- 
phones. A. Mayeur; E. A. Lefebre. 
(Music.) 
Fischer (J.) and bro., New York : 

Hymns to the sacred heart and holy 
name of Jesus. Yictor Hammerel. 
( Music.) 

Organist's repertoire, v. 2. E. J. 
Biedermaun. (Books: 2.) 

Our triumphant flag. George H. 
Fischer. (Music.) 
Forde (John A.), Decorah, Iowa : 

For liberty and home. John A. 
Forde. -(Music.) 
French (Samuel), New York: 

Balloon (The). (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 

Fool's (A) paradise. (Dramatic com- 
positions.) 

Glass (The) of fashion. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 

Pair (A) of spectacles. (Dramatic 
compositions. ) 

Silver (The) shield. (Dramatic 
compositions, i 
Gage (George W.), Kenil worth, 111. : 

"I am t ben de same coon sence." 
By George W. Gage. (Music.) 
Gibson (William Wallace), Washington: 

Washington monument, nos. 1, 2. 
(Photographs.) 
Goggan (Thos.) & bro., Dallas, Tex. : 

Ladies' favorite two-step, W. S. Rus- 
sell. (Music.) 
Grasm.uk & Schott, New York : 

Faust march. Gounod. Band. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Prince (The) of New Y'ork. Overture. 
E. Ascher. Band. (Music.) 

Village (The) band. Percy Gaunt. 
Band. (Music.) 
Graul (Harry), Detroit, Mich. : 

Alabama coon's jubilee. Chauncy 
Haines. (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Green (Florida^. New York: 

Abbot (Willis John). (Photographs.) 
Hall yU. W.) music co., Gillespie. Pa. : 

March. ''The Jno. A. Wood.'* R. \Y. 
Hall. (Music.) 
Hamill (F. J.), Chicago: 

Jolly Jennie Jones; composed by 
Fred. J. Hamill. (Music.) 

Old (The) mill wheel, by Fred. J. 
Hamill. (Music.) 
Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, Little Falls, 
N. Y. : 

Rorer (Sarah Tyson). Dainty junk- 
ets. (Books: 2.) 
Harper & bros., New York: 

Biographical (The) Thackeray. 
(Books: 3.) 
Harrigan (C. W.), Chicago: 

Lullaby to baby dear. Celia Walters- 
Harrigan. (Music.) 
Hart (K.S.), Boston: 

Driving the Hock. (Photographs.) 

Out-post (The). (Photographs.) 

Returning from work. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Twins (The). (Photographs.) 
Harvey (Martha Hale), Annisquarn, 
Mass. : 

Foregone (A) conclusion. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Gloucester harbor, 3. (Photographs.) 
Hatch music co.. Philadelphia: 

First studies for the pianoforte. 
Louis Kohler. W. S. B. Mathews. 
(Music.) 

Yery (The) easiest studies for the 
pianoforte. Louis Kohler. W. S. B. 
Mathews. (Music.) 
Hawkes & son, London : 

Gorn (De) coon. Thomas Bidgood. 
(Music.) 
Hearst (W. R.), New York : 

Black (The) sheep of a most distin- 
guished New York family . ( Books : 3. ) 

Bones of ancient American giant, 
with a queer skull like a gorilla. 
(Books: 3.) 

Breaking (The) up of the "400." 
(Books: 3.) 

Convicted by his own sweetheart. 
(Books: 3.) 

Fun on the battle ship " Iowa,'' when 
she crossed the line. (Books: 3.) 

Head (The) -over-heels gold rush to 
Dawson City. (Books: 3.) 

Historic poisoners. (Books: 3.) 
■ How the earth will blow up. (Books : 
3.) 

Journal's (The) new years puzzle. 
(Books: 3.) 

Journal's (The) $1,000 prize prophecy, 
for 1898. (Books: 3.) 

Living in luxury in New Y'ork on 
credit. (Books: 3.) 

Mrs. Senator Davis's revenge. 
(Books: 3.) 



Hearst (W. R.), New York: 

Prof. Garner going back to Africa 
to prove that monkeys can talk. 
(Boohs: 3.) 

Real romances in real life. (Books: 
3.) 

Romance and ruin of Favne Strahan 
Moore. (Books: 3.) 

Solitaire muggins puzzle. (Books: 
3.) 

Spider (The) at work and at play. 
(Books: 3.) 

Two great scientific discoveries at 
the close of 1898. (Books: 3.) 

Woman in 1898. (Books: 3.) 
Henderson (Peter) & co., New Y T ork : 

Manual of everything for the gar- 
den. (Books: 2.)' 
Hills (Penrose J.), Chicago: 

Chicago mortgage abstract, no. 46. 
(Books: 2.) 
Hofmeister (Friedrick), Leipzig: 

Romanze fiir violine. August Enna. 
(Music.) 
Howley, Haviland & co., New Y'ork : 

Viola Allen gavotte. Louie Maurice. 
(Music.) 
Jaberg (Geo.) music co., Cincinnati: 

Admiral Dewey's victory march and 
two-step. A. G. Maier. (Music.) 

Arlington. Two-step for piano, bv 
Ella M. Hall. 

Battle of Manila. E. Raymond 
Howe. (Music.) 

Day before Santa Clans comes. 
Howard Leslie. (Music.) 

Hobson's volunteer. Genevieve B. 
Dennison. (Music.) 

Just before the battle. E. Carl Lit- 
sey; Sam C. H. Johnston. (Music.) 

Lillian. Mazurka. Edwin A. Bover. 
- (Music.) 

Possum (De) hunt for me. E. Carl 
Litsey and Sam C. II. Johnston. 
(Music.) 

Sanctified (The) coon. Sue YY. Ray; 
music by Frank B. Noe. (Music.) 

Sixteenth regiment march. Two-step. 
Lillian Field. (Music.) 

Think well before you say good bye. 
E. Carl Litsey; Sam C. H. Johnston. 
(Music.) 
Jahn (Carl G.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Ohio nisi prius and general term re- 
ports, v. 6. (Books: 2.) 
Janotha (Natalie), London: 

Fugue in A minor. F. Chopin; Na- 
talie Janotha. (Music.) 
Jeanotti (Archie), New York: 

Soldier's (The) courtship. Waltzes. 
Archie Jeanotti. (Music.) 
Jennings (J. H.), Providence, R. I. : 

Jolly days. March. J.H.Jennings. 
Two banjos, guitar solo, first and sec- 
ond mandolin and guitar, and piano 
accompaniment. (Music.) 



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Johnson (Walter), Detroit, Mich : 

Pretty little bine-eyed maiden. Wal- 
ter Johnson. (Music.) 
Jung (P. L.), New York: 

Polonaise. Edmund Severn. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Books: 
3.) 
Keith, Prowse & co., London : 

Fancy that ! Harry Greenbank ; Her- 
bert E. Crimp. (Music.) 

Harvest (The) angel. Edward 
Teschemacher ; Herbert E. Crimp. 
(Music.) 

To marry in heaven. Robert Burns: 
Alfred Redhead. (Music.) 
Kellogg (Russell M.), Three Rivers, 
Mich. : 

Treatise (A) on plant life. (Books: 
2.) 
Kinloch telephone co., St. Louis: 

Kinloch telephone co. (Directory of). 
Bulletin no. 6. (Books: 2.) 
Kirkpatrick (Wm. J.), Philadelphia: 

Alder (The) by the river. Celia 
Thaxter; Margaret Byrd Wartmann. 
(Music.) 

Bless us, Saviour. E. E. Hewitt; 
Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Brothers and sisters across the sea. 
E. E. Hewitt; Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 
(Music.) 

Building. E. E. Hewitt: Wm. J. 
Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Christ, the good Shepherd. A. R. 
Carey; Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Dear little dew drops. E. E. Hewitt; 
Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Dear little violets. E. E. Hewitt; 
Wm. -J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

I am Jesus' little lamb. Dr. F. Ste- 
venson; Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

I would be a little light. E. E. 
Hewitt; Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

I'm a little star for Jesus. Myron W. 
Morse; Win. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Jesus, high in glory. J. E. Clark; 
Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Little ones like me. M. Rumsey; 
Chas. J. L. Clark. (Music.) 

Little soldiers of Jesus. E. E. Hew- 
itt; Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Little things. E. E. Hewitt ; Wm. J. 
Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Missionary bells. E. E. Hewitt; Wm. 
J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Now the day is over. S. B. Gould; 
Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Our Father's care. E. E. Hewitt; 
A. F. Bourne. (Music.) 

Praises to our King. Rev. O. T. 
Hotchkiss. (Music.) 

Tell them of Jesus. L. J. S. ; Louise 
J. Strong. (Music.) 

We are going onward. Fanny J. 
Crosby; W.J.King. (Music.) 



Kirkpatrick (Win. J.), Philadelphia: 
We are little sowers. Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick. (Music.) 

What birdie sings. E. E. Hewitt; 
Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 
Larned (Charles Henry), Santa Cruz: 

Lamed (C. H.) The American 
national celebration anthem. (Books : 
3.) 

The American patriot. (Books : 

3.) 
Levy (John), New Y'ork: 

Peep (A) through the keyhole, morn- 
ing. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Peep (A) through the key-hole, night. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Little, Brown & co., Boston: 

Massachusetts. Supreme judicial 
court. Massachusetts reports, v. 171, 
pt. 2. (Books: 1.) 
Lohr (Theodoi), New York: 

Coll Nidrey. Simon Adler. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Klog fon Zion's techter. Simon 
Adler. (Music.) 

Peine (Die) Hebe, oder gotenyu be 
weis deiii ness. Simon Adler. (Music.) 
Longmans, Green & co., New York: 

Trevelyan (George Otto). The Ameri- 
can revolution. (Books: 1.) 
Luce (William B.), Hingham Center, 
Mass. : - 

Wreckage at Nantasket beach. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Luckhardt & Belder, New York: 

Buclitink (Der). Gustav Hinrichs. 
(Music.) 

Christmas carols. H. P. Girard. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Christmas song. (Music.) 

Friihling (Spring). Carl Samans. 
(Music.) 

( rloria in Excelsis. Chas. H. Fenner. 
(Music.) 

Good bye. Marie von Hammer. 
(Music.) 

King Olaf's war horns. Carl Busch. 
(Music.) 

Marianne. Gustav Hinrichs. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Sensitive (The) plant. Julia Orr 
Ludlow. (Music.) 

Way (The) of it. Albertine Crandall. 
(Music.) 
Luckhardt's musik-verlag, Leipzig: 

Still ! Gottfried Angerer. Gedicht, 
Ludw. Pfau. (Music.) 
McCrackeu (S. B.), Detroit: 

McCracken (Stephen B.) A working 
edition of the Michigan election law. 
i (Books: 1.) 
McDowell (Mrs. Alida Prescott), San 
Antonio, Tex. : 

Girl (The) who kissed Hobson. 
Alida Prescott McDowell. (Music.) 



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Macmillan (The) eo., New York: 

[Murfree. Mary Noailles. ] The story 
of old Fort London. (Books: 1.) 
McMillin (H. E.). Cleveland: 

D'nne fausse pitie. Scene et aria; 
Mozart. W. S, Ripley. (Music.) 

Hurricane. March and two-step. 
Theo. A. Metz. (Music.) 

Overture-festival. F. L. Dahu; C. 
H. Yahrling. (Music.) 
Manatt & Roe. Grinnell. Iowa: 

Life iu the Orient. Guy Sterling 
Manatt. (Music.) 
Marquis (Robt. C. ). Chicago: 

Hail! heavenly messenger. R. CM., 
Carrie E. Koch; Robt. C. Marquis. 
(Music.) 

I dreamed I was a shepherd. Robt. 
C. Marquis. (Music.) 

I heard the bells on Christmas day. 
H. W. Longfellow; Robt. C. Marquis. 
(Music.) 

It must be told. Robt. C. Marquis; 
Almeda E. Wight; accompaniment by 
Carrie E. Koch. (Music.) 

King (The) of glory. Almeda E. 
Wight: Robt. C. Marquis. (Music.) 

No room for the babe. Almeda E. 
Wight; Robt. C. Marquis. (Music.) 

Prince (The) Emmanuel. Robt. C. 
Marquis. (Music.) 

They believed the star. Almeda E. 
Wight; Robt. C. Marquis. (Music). 

Who will honor the lowly child? 
Robt. C. Marquis. (Music.) 
Maynard (H. Leslie), Chicago : 

" Hints on wall-paper decoration." 
(Boohs: 2.) 
Michie (Geo. R. B.) & co., Xorthport, 
N. Y. : 

Michie (Thomas J.) American and 
English corporation cases. (Books: 1.) 
Mills (F.A.),New York: 

"Sometime, sweetheart.'' J. W. 
Humphries; W. SheppardCamp. (Mu- 
sic.) 

" Whistling Rufus." March. Kerry 
Mills. (Music.) 
Minns (H. W. ), Akron, Ohio : 

"Mater dolorosa/' (Photographs.) 

" Whisperings." (Photographs. ) 
Mulqueen (Mrs. Thomas), San Francisco: 

Mulqueeu (Mrs. T.) A mother's 
dream. (Books: 2.) 
Munroe (W. C), Goldsboro, N. C. : 

Marginal annotations of the supreme 
court reports of North Carolina. 
(Books: 2.) 
Nelson (N.), Chicago: 

I want a real coon. Bernard Adler. 
(Music.) 

Pride of the American navy. Chas. 
Brown; Hans S. Line. (Music.) 

Shake vo' dusters. Rag two-step. 
W. H. Krell. (Music.) 

Sweet bunch of daisies. Anita 
Owen; Hans S. Line. (Music.) 



New York and Ohio co., Warren, Ohio: 

Jackson (Dugald 0). Transformers 

and their profitable use. (Books: 2.) 

Packard incandescent lamps. 
(Books: 2.) 
Nichols (E. L.) & Franklin (W. S.), 
Ithaca, N. Y.. and So. Bethlehem, Pa. 

Nichols (Edward Lamington) & 
Franklin (William S.). A pamphlet 
supplementary to the second vol. of 
Nichols and Franklin's elements of 
physics. (Hooks: 1.) 
Novello & co., ltd., London: 

Boot and saddle. Granville Bantock. 
(Music.) 

Three dances. Battison Hayues. 
nos. 1-3. (Music.) 
Novello, Ewer & co., New York : 

Portraits. Five pieces for the piano 

forte, by Thomas Whitney Surette. 

nos. 1-5. (Music.) 

Paine (Francis M.), Hyde Park, Mass.: 

Mazurka agrazioso. Francis M. 

Paine. (Music.) 

Peace of evening. Francis M. Paine. 
(Music.) 
Peloubet (S. S.), New York: 

New York (state) court of appeals, 
civil procedure reports; v. 26. (Books: 

1.) 
Pepper (J. W.), Philadelphia: 

Dora Brown, medley waltz. F. Beyer. 
(Music ) 

George, I can't meet you. Joseph S. 
Willard. (Music.) 

Victoria march, two-step. William 
Cohen; S. Hosfeld. (Music.) 
Peterson (E. Frank), Vermillion, S. Dak. : 
South Dakota. (Maps and charts.) 
Phillips and Oliver, London : 

Im walde, fur piano, von G. Sara- 
kowski. (Music.) 
Prager (Isidore), Jersey City, N. J. : 

Ladv Alice. Waltzes. M. M. Doob; 
W.H.Mackie. (Music.) 
Presser (Theodore). Philadelphia : 

Wilhelmina. Morceau. Karl De 
Bubna. (Music.) 
Putnam's (G. P.) sons, New York: 

Hubbard (Elbert), Michael Angelo. 
(Books: 1.) 
Queen & co., inc., Philadelphia: 

Priced and illustrated catalogue of 
operaglasses. Seventeenth ed. (Books: 
2.) 
Rath (Franz), Utica, N. Y. : 

Our boys' return. Franz Rath. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Reeves (William), New Haven, Conn. : 
Comic scenes from life. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Riccard (George), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

American (The) boy. Grand march. 
G. Riccard. (Music.) 
Rieter-Biedermann (J.), Leipzig: 

Fantasie und fuge. Camillo Schu- 
mann. (Music.) 



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Rinehart (F. A.), Omaha : 

American Horse and squaw. (Sioux.) 
(Photographs.) 

Chief American Horse. (Sioux.) 
(Photographs.) 

Chief Grant Richards. (Tonkawa.) 
(Photographs.) 

Freckled Face. (Arapahoe.) (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Governor Diego Narango. (Pueblo.) 
(Photographs.) 

Hattie Tom. (Chiricahua Apache.) 
(Photographs.) 

Henry Wilson and wife. (Mojave 
Apache.) (Photographs.) 

Juan Jose. (Pueblo.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Little Bird. (Arapahoe.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Mosteose (Holy Rabbit). (Iowa.) 
(Photographs.) 

Nasuteus (Wichita.) (Photographs.) 

Pablino Diaz. (Kiowa.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Sac family. (Photographs.) 

Street (Mrs. Joseph). (Winnebago.) 
(Photographs.) 

Tatuni. (Wichita.) (Photographs.) 

Two little crows. (Photographs.) 

White Buffalo. (Arapahoe.) (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Wichita woman and baby. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Roberts (Andrew F.), McComb, Miss.: 

Gen'l Chatham's march, two-step. 
Andrew F.Roberts. (Music.) 
Roessler (J. E.), Valparaiso, Ind.: 

Roesslcr (John E.) Essentials of 
German grammar. (Books: 1.) 
Rood (Ella i, Nashville, Tenn. : 

My home down in old Tennessee. 
Words and music by Mrs. Ella Rood. 
(Music.) 
Root (E.T.) & sons, Chicago: 

Battle of Manila. Schleif'l'arth. 
(Music.) 

Favorite band journal. MeCosh and 
Raymond. (Music.) 

My chocolate-colored baby. A. Sol- 
man. (Music.) 
Rossiter (Will), Chicago: 

" Imperial dance folio." Will Ros- 
siter. (Music.) 
Roullier (G. A.), Flushing, N. V.: 

Third ward, borough of Queens, 
city of New York, Jan., 1898. (Maps 
and charts.) 
Russell (Robert Howard), New York: 

Crockett (Ingram). Beneath blue 
skies and gray. (Books: 1.) 
Sampson, Murdock & co., Boston : 

Albany and Rensselaer (map of the 
cities of), and portions of Bath and 
East Greenbush, N. Y. (Maps and 
charts.) 



Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 

Afton, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Bedford, Lawrence county, Ind. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Bellaire, Antrim county, Mich. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Bloomfield, Davis county, Iowa. 
(Maps and chart s.) 

Brownsville. Linn county, Or eg. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Burlington, Racine county, Wis. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Canton, St. Lawrence county, N. Y. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Caspar, Mendocino county, C a 1 . 
(Maps and charts.) 

Chapin, Morgan county, 111. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Checotah, Creek nation, Ind. T. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Edina, Knox county, Mo. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Elkhorn, Walworth county, Wis. 
(Maps and charts. ) 

Fairland, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Flemingsburg, Fleming county, Ky. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Fort Recovery, Mercer county, Ohio. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Great Harrington, Berkshire county, 
Mass. (Maps and charts.) 

Grinnell, Poweshiet county, Iowa. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Henry, Codington county. S. Dak. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Hunieston, Wayne county, Iowa. 
(Maps and charts. ) 

Huntington, including Guyandotte, 
Central City, Cabell county, and 
Ceredo, Wayne county, W. Va. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Iroquois, Kingsbury county, S. Dak. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Junction City, Lane county, Greg. 
1 Maps and charts.) 

Kahoka, Clark county, Mo. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Kirksville, Adair county, Mo. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Ladoga, Montgomery county, Ind. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Lewisburg, Creenbrier county, W. 
Ya. (Maps and charts.) 

Memphis, Scotland county, Mo. 
(Maps and charts.,) 

Milan, Sullivan county, Mo. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Niles, Trumbull county, Ohio. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Okmulgee, Creek Nation, Ind. T. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Port Clinton, Ottawa county, Ohio. 
(Maps and (harts.) 

St. Lawrence, Hand county, S. Dak. 
(Maps and charts.) 



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San born -Perris map co., ltd., New York: 

Sodaville, Linn county, Oreg. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Taw as City and East. Tawas, Iosco 
county, Mich. (Maps and charts.) 

Versailles, Darke county, Ohio. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Westport, Mendocino county, Cal. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Whitewater, Walworth county, Wis. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Yonkers, Westchester county, N. Y. 
(Maps and charts.) 
Schirmer (G.), New York: 

Cycle (A) of German songs. Johanna 
Ambrosius; Clayton Johns. (Music.) 

Gavotte and musette. Paolo Gallico. 
(Music.) 

Mazurka-caprice. Paolo Gallico. 
(Music.) 

Three poems. Robert Burns; Win- 
throp L. Rogers, nos. 1-3. (Music.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

Preliminary studies in melody play- 
ing. Wilson* G. Smith. (Music.) 

Quintett in A moll. Von Arthur 
Foote. (Music.) 
See & Epler, New York : 

Army heroes of '98. No. 1. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Sheard (Charles) & co., London: 

Grande polonaise. E. Duval. (Mu- 
sic.) 

V. C. (The) inarch; Alp house 
Czibulka. (Music.) 
Siegel- Cooper company employees' asso- 
ciation, New York : 

Souvenir program of The Siegel- 
Cooper co. employees' association third 
annual entertainment and ball. 
(Books: 2.) 
Simrock (N.), Berlin : 

Aspasia. Von Rudolf Kiihnel-Engels- 
berg. (Music.) 

Sechs lieder. Von Leo Schrattenholz. 
No. 1. Wenn ich an dich gedenke. 
"When I am dreaming." (Music.) 

Wildfeuer walzer. Von Rudolf 
Kiihnel-Engelsberg. (Music.) 
Slaight & Reibold, Newark, N. J. : 

Within an open wreath of palm 
branches is shown the bust portrait of 
a negro, with smiling face, etc. (Fine 
arts. ) 
Smith (J. Granville), Boston : 

Hosea. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9. (Photographs.) 
Smith (R. A. C), New York : 

Havana (Panoramic view of ). (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Social register ass'n, New York : 

Dilatory domiciles. (Books: 2.) 
Soneborn (Walter A.), New York : 

Game (A; of bluff. (Drama.) 
Spaulding (Geo. L.), New York: 

Darktown (The) dandy. J. W. Ler- 
man. (Music.) 



Stern (Jos. W.) *fc co., New York: 

Oh, Ebenezer. March and two-step 
polka. Arranged by Chas. E. Pratt. 
(Music.) 
Stevens (H. B.) company, Boston : 

Nocturne. J. A. Carpenter. (Music.) 
Stolley & Shroff, Dowagiac, Mich. : 

Round (The) oak guards' march. 
Harry Ellsworth Shroff; Maude Guise 
Stolley. (Music.) 
Strobridge lithographing co., Cincinnati : 

Black face Tom Lewis. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Don't want. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Watermelon. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Strohmeyer & Wyman, Arlington, N. J. : 

Aboard the fighting cruiser "Brook- 
lyn/' looking aft from the forward 
bridge. (Photographs.) 

After deck on the " Oregon," show- 
ing two 13-inch, four 8- inch, and two 
6-inch guns. (Photographs.) 

After (8-inch) turret trained on star- 
board quarter, U. S. S. "Brooklyn." 
(Photographs.) 

After (The) 13-inch guns of the U. S. 
S. "Oregon." (Photographs.) 

Battleship (The) "Iowa, "just before 
starting around Cape Horn to Hawaii 
and Manila. (Photographs.) 

"Billy" begging for food, on the 
battleship "Iowa." (Photographs.) 

" Billy," the mascot of the "Iowa," 
after his beer. (Photographs.) 

"Billy," the mascot of the "Iowa," 
after tobacco. (Photographs.) 

Boatswain (The) and battle-scarred 
capstan, Admiral Schley's flagship 
" Brooklyn." (Photographs.) 

Converted (The) yacht " Glouces- 
ter," which so gallantly fought Cerve- 
ra's ships at Santiago. (Photographs.) 

Famous (The) Rough Riders, Camp 
Wikoff, Montauk Point, N. Y. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

First-class (The) battleship "Iudi- 
ana " in dry dock, rear view. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

First-class (The) battleship "Indi- 
ana" in dry dock, scraping off barna- 
cles. (Pkotograj)hs.) 

First-class (The) battleship "Massa- 
chusetts" in dry dock, rear view. 
(Photographs.) 

Forward turret and 13-inch guns, 
sea going battleship "Iowa." (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Forward. (8-inch) turret, trained 
ahead, U. S. S. "Brooklyn." (Photo- 
graphs.) 

General view of the infantry camp, 
Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N. Y. 
(Photographs.) 

Great (The) 13-inch guns of the bat- 
tleship "Oregon." (Photographs.) 



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Strohmeyer & Wyman, Arlington, N. J. : 

Letting go the starboard anchor, 
U. S. S. " Brooklyn." (Photographs.) 

Life's happy hours. Best, I guess, is 
the old recess. Riley. (Photographs.) 

Looking aft, from the forward bridge 
of the "Iowa.'' (Photographs.) 

Looking forward, from the starboard 
side of the quarterdeck, U. S. S. " Brook- 
lyn." (Photographs.) 

Lowering the second ding'ay, U. S. S. 
" Brooklyn." (Photographs.) 

Marine guard, Admiral Schley's flag- 
ship ''Brooklyn." Aim. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Marine guard, Admiral Schley's flag- 
ship "Brooklyn." Inspection. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Marine guard, U. S. S. "Iowa." In- 
spection. (Photographs.) 

"Massachusetts" (The) in dry dock, 
Brooklyn navy-yard. (Photographs.) 

"Old glory" flies proudly" on the 
noble "Oregon." (Photographs.) 

On the alter turret of the "Iowa," 
looking toward the "Oregon." (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

On the battleship "Iowa." Lower- 
ing a ste;im launch. (Photographs.) 

On the beach, Atlantic City, New Jer- 
sey, U. S. A. (Photographs. ) 

Ou the "Iowa." Marine guard drill- 
ing. (Photographs.) 

"Oregon" (The) ready to return 
around Cape Horn to Hawaii and 
Manila. (Photographs.) 

Passing in review. Rough Riders at 
Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, N. Y. 
(Photographs.) 

Piping to dinner on the U. S. S. 
"Brooklyn." (Photographs.) 

Port gangway, looking aft, U. S. S. 
"Brooklyn." (Photographs.) 

Promenading the beach, Atlantic 
City, New Jersey, U. S. A. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Roosevelt (Col.) and officers of the 
Rough Riders. (Photographs.) 

Schley's (Admiral) flagship "Brook- 
lyn" in dry dock, after the return from 
Santiago. (Photographs.) 

Schley's (Admiral) flagship, U. S. S. 
"Brooklyn." (Photographs.) 

Scrubbing deck, U. 8. S. "Brooklyn." 
(Photographs.) 

Seagoing (The) battleship "Iowa," 
aft. (Photographs.) 

Second division of crew at quarters, 
U. S. S. "Brooklyn." (Photographs.) 

Second division, port side, quarter 
deck, U. S. S. "Brooklyn." (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Setting-up drill, marine guard, Ad- 
miral Schley's flagship "Brooklyn." 
(Photographs.) 

Single-stick exercise, on guard, U. 
S. S. "Iowa." ( Photographs. ) 



Strohmeyer & Wyman, Arlington, N. J. : 
Starboard gangway and crane, look- 
ing forward," U. S. armored cruiser 
"Brooklyn." (Photographs.) 

Starboard gangway, looking aft, U. 
S. S. "Brooklyn." (Photographs.) 

Starboard gangway, looking forward, 
U. S. S. "Brooklyn." (Photographs.) 

Starboard side of the quarter-deck, 
looking forward, Admiral Schley's 
flagship "Brooklyn." (Photographs.) 
Sword exercise, "on guard," battle- 
ship "Iowa." (Photographs.) 
Sivmmy (Clayton F.) co., Chicago: 

Jesus, name all names above. Geo. 
B. Nevin. (Music.) 

Resurrection (The) song. Geo. B. 
Nevin. (Music.) 

Rhine-wine song. Franz Ries. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Switzer (Floyd Ross), Little Falls, N. Y. : 
Lone (The) star. F. R. Switzer. 
(Music.) 
Tellman (John), Chicago: 

Practical (The) hotel steward. 
(Books: 3.) 
Tempest (Mr. and Mrs. John Lincoln), 
Shenandoah, Pa. : 

Plucking of a rose. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Thompson (C. W.) & co., Boston : 

Argyll highland era. Anna Kent 
Carruth. (Music.) 

Daisies. Jessie G. Inman. (Music.) 
Kentucky love song. Minnie Graves 
Watson. (Music.) 
Tibbetts (Frank A.), Salem, Mass. : 

Four weeks in business practice. 
(Books: 2.) 
United correspondence schools, New 
York : 

300-ampere double-pole switch. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 
United States printing co., Cincinnati : 
Jay and Fop. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Varney (C. E.), Boston : 

Belmont (Plan of house lots at), 

owned by Wm. P. Hale. (Maps and 

charts.) 

Voigt (Henry E.), Hamburg, Wis. : 

Voigt (H. E.) Der geflugel-zuchter 
kalender. (Books: 2.) 
Wales (C. E.) Minneapolis: 

World's (The) weather record calen- 
dar. Minnesota [etc.] (Books: 2.) 
Walker (John Brisben), Irvington, N. Y. : 
Humor page for Jan. 8, 1899. ( Books : 
3.) 
Immediate page. (Books: 3.) 
Special page. (Books: 3.) 
Timely page. (Books: 3.) 
Woman's page. (Books: 3.) 
Youth's page. (Books: 3.) 
Werner (Eli John), Brooklyn: 

On wings of love. Mazurka ele- 
gante. E.S.Phelps. (Music.) 



249 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



C.W 



Ru- 



Werner schoolbook co., Chicago : 

Supplement to Ellis's history of the 
United States. (Books: 2.) 
White-Smith music publishing co., Bos- 
ton : 

"Matilda." Mazurka. Juan Draper; 
A. H. Plant e, (Music.) 
Wilcox (C. W.), Dallas, Tex. : 

Aristocrat (The). Two-step. 
Wilcox. (Music.) 
Wilsky (Abraham), Philadelphia: 
Claudia. March and two-step, 
dolph Calmann. (Music.) 

Rooster. March and two-step, 
dolph Calmann. (Music.) 

Uncle Sam's new babies. Rudolph 
Calmann. (Music.) 
Wilson (Mary B.), Denver: 

Cradle song. Mary B. Wilson. 
sic.) 
Windsor music co., Chicago : 

Watermelon. Geo. R. Wilson. 
sic.) 
Winters (Battie P.), Savannah: 

Cevera's last hard tack. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



Ru- 



(Mu- | 



(Mu- 



Wise (John H.), Noblesville, Ind. : 

Forgiven. (Dramatic compositions.) 
Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

Gretchen. Duet for piano. Eduard 
Hoist. (Music.) 
Wood (B. F.) music co., Boston: 

''Return, my soul, aud sweetly rest." 
Berthold Tours : Franz Holz. (Music.) 
Woods (Yirna), Sacramento: 

Christopher Columbus. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Yates (Arthur P.), Syracuse: 

In bygone days. (Photographs.) 
Startled. (Photographs.) 
Yelton (Edgar A.), Cripple Creek, Col. : 
"Sunset from Cripple Creek." No. 
2. (Photographs.) 
Yeo (Harry M.), Richmond, Ind. : 

Trapper's (The) love. Harry Mar- 
tin. (Music.) 
j Zeiner (F. W.), New Y T ork: 

Graded pieces for pianoforte. F. W. 
Zeiner. nos. 1-31. (Music.) 
j Zimmermann (Jul. Heinr.), Leipzig: 

Andante und polonaise, von Ferd. 
Biichner. (Music.) 



MAR 11 1899 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 
Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER. ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF TEE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 18, no. 6. 
Whole no. 397— February 9> 1899. 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 253 

(2) Miscellaneous 259 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine arti- 

cles 262 

II. Dramatic Compositions 265 

III. Periodicals 266 

IY. Musical Compositions and Collec- 
tions op Music 270 

V. Maps and Charts 282 

VI. Engeavings. Cuts, and Prints 283 



Page. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 286 

VHI. Photographs 286 

IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, stat- 
uary, and models or designs intended 
to be perfected as works of the fine 

arts) 288 

X. Index of Copyright Proprietors . . 288 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1899. 



[EXPLANATION. — The titles are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as shown in 
the table of contents, and are followed by one index of copyright proprietors,'] 

I. BOOKS .-(1) BOOKS PROPER. 



(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music -will he found under 
Compositions. " For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



IV. Musical 
The titles in this chapter are prepared hy the Catalogue Department of the Library of Congress. 



Authors, 

. . . American digest ; a complete digest 
of all reported American cases from 
the earliest times to 1896. v. 6. (Cen- 
tury ed.) St. Paul, West pub. co.. 
1899. 4°. 367 

Contents. 
v. (3. Bailment— Bill quia timet. 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 3669, Jan. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1899. 

American school of correspondence. 

Design of direct current dynamos. 
Instruction paper. Boston, 1898. 

79 pp. illus. 8°. 368 

Contains also examination paper. 
Copyright by American school of 
correspondence, Boston. 1898, no. 
67131, Nov. 16; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 26, 
1899. 

Representative types of direct cur- 
rent dvnamos. Instruction paper. 
Boston, 1898. 80 pp. illus. 8°. 369 ' 
Contains also examination paper. 
Copyright by American school of 
correspondence, Boston. 1898, no. 
68609, Nov. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 26, 
1899. 

Steam engine indicators. Instruc- 
tion paper. Boston. 1898. 63 pp. ! 
illus. 8°. 370 ' 

Contains also examination paper. 
Copyright by American school of ; 
correspondence^ Boston. 1898, no. 
67133, Nov. 16; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 26, 
1899. 

Valve gears. Instruction paper. 

Boston, 1898. 59 pp. illus. 8°. 371 

Contains also examination paper. 
Copyright by American school of 
correspondence, Boston. 1898, no. 
68608, Nov. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 26, 
1899. 

Ballantine, W[illiam] G. 

Christ in the gospel of Mark. New 
York, The International committee of 



A u thors — Continued. 

Ballantine, W[illiam] G. — Continued, 
voung men's christian associations 
[1898] 32 pp. 12°. 372 

Copyright by The International com- 
mittee of young men's christian asso- 
ciations, New York. 1898, no. 75645, 
Dec. 24; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 23, 1899. 

Beadle's dime chess instructor . . . 1898. 
See Hazeltine, Miron J. 

Beadle's dime dialogues, nos. 1-2. [anon.] 
New York, M. J. Ivers & co., 1898. 

2v. 16°. 373,374 

Copyright bv James Sullivan, New 

York. 1898, nos. 76656, 76657, Dec. 29 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Beadle's dime Hail Columbia speaker . . . 
1898. 

See Legrand, Louis, ed. 

[Beadle's] dime juvenile speaker . . . 
New York, M. J. Ivers <fc co., 1898. 
96 pp. 16°. (Speaker series, no. 9.) 

375 
Copyright by James Sullivan, New 
York. * 1898, no. 76653, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Beadle's dime stump speaker . . . 
New York, M. J. Ivers & co., 1898. 
96 pp. 16 c . (Dime speaker series, 
no. 8.) 376 

Copyright by James Sullivan, New 
York. 1898, no. 76658, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Bice, E.E. il. 

See Connet, John L. 
N. J., 1898. 



Flemington, 



Bigelow, E. Victor. 

A narrative history of the town of 
Cohasset. Massachusetts. [Boston, 
S. Usher] 1898. xviii. 561 pp. illus. 
pi. maps. 8°. 377 

Copyright by E. Victor Bigelow, 
Cohasset, Mass. 1898, no. 73033, Dec. 
15 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 30, 1899. 

253 



254 

BOOKS (PEOPER)— Continued. 



Auiliors — Continued. 

Blatchford, Samuel A. reporter. 

United States. Courts of appeals. 
. . . Reports, no. 51. v. '60. 1898. 

Bonarne, Louise C. 

The study and practice of French in 
school . . . pt. second. . . . Eev. ed. 
Philadelphia, L. C. Boname, 1898. 12°. 



Pt.2. 



Contents. 
For intermediate classes. 



pp. port. 8^ 



cop. 



381 



Copyright by John Wesley Daily, 
Boston. 1898, no. 34857, June 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd July 14,1898. 

Davis, J[ohn] C [handler] Bancroft, re- 
porter. 

United States. Supreme court. United 
States reports, v. 172. pt.l. . . . 1899. 

Denton, S[herman] F. 

As nature shows them; moths and 
butterflies of the United States, east 
of the Rocky mountains. Sec. 5. 
Boston, B. Whidden, 1898. illus. pi. 
1 . 382 

Copyright by Bradlee Whidden, 
Boston. 1898, no. 74098, Dec. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 27, 1899. 



Copyright by Louise C. Boname, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 76892, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 26, 1899. 

Brantley, William T. reporter. 

Maryland. Court of appeals. Re- 
ports . . . v. 87 . . . 1898. 378 

Colorado. Court of appeals. 

Reports of the decisions . . . in- 
cluding part of the April term, 1897, 
the September term, 1897, and part of 
January term, 1898. J. A. Gordon, 
reporter, v. 10. New York and 
Albany, Banks & bros., 1898. 8°. 379 

Copyright by Banks & brothers, 
New York. 1898, no. 76895, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd .Jan. 14, 1899. 

Connet, John L. 

Fleinington, New Jersey ; illustrated 
by E. E. Bice; with a short historical 
sketch . . . Flemingtou.X. J., 1898. 
[32] pp. illus. obi. 24°. 380 

Copyright by E. E. Bice, Flemington, 
N. J. 1898, no. 76970, Dec. 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 24, 1899. 

* Daily, John Wesley. 

The home practice of medicine, for 
the use of families and everybody who 
can read the English language. 
Boston, The daily pub. co., 1898. 357 



A u tliors — Continued. 

Enochs, K. S. 

The portrait. New Orleans, Chris- 
tian advocate print, 1898. 31, [1] pp. 
16°. 383 

Copyright by K. S. Enochs, Pineville, 
La, 1898, no. 71954, Dec. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Jau. 16, 1899. 

An evening with the poets and authors' 
club of Colorado. [1898] 

See Poets and authors' club of Colo- 
rado. 

Fernald. James C[hamplin]. 

The imperial republic. 192 pp. 
illus. maps. 12°. New York & Lon- 
don, Funk & Wagnalls co., 1898. 384 

Copyright by Funk & Wagnalls co., 
New York. 1898, no. 63781, Oct. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 25, 1899. 

Fitch, Clarke. 

Saved bv the enemy. New York, 
Street & Smith [1898] 222 pp. 12°. 
(Columbia library, v. 1, no. 8.) 385 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 4473, Jan. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

; Frances, Mary pseud. 

See [Mason, Fanny Witherspoon.] 

Gordon, John A. reporter. 

Colorado. Court of appeals. Reports 
... v. 10. 1898. 

Hall, James of Springfield, Mass. 

With brush and pen ; suggestions for 
some of the newer phases of public 
school art instruction. New York, 
The J. C. Witter co., [1899]. 76 pp. 
illus. 8°. 386 

Copyright by The J. C. Witter co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3594, Jan. 9; 2 
copies (cloth) rec'd Jan. 23, 1899; 2 cop- 
ies (paper) rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

I Hanks, Beulah Downey. 

For the honor of a child. New 
York, Continental pub. co., 1899. 219 
pp. 16°. 387 

Copyright by Continental pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 69872, Dec. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 20, 1899. 

Hastings, H[orace] L. 

The Bible and its critics; an address 
delivered in . . . Franklin, Mass. . . . 
February 13, 1898 . . . Boston A: 

London, Spiritual tract repository, 
1898. 22 pp. 12°. (The anti-infidel 
library, no. 51.) 388 

Copyright bv II. L. 1 Listings, Boston. 
1898, no. (59919, Dec. 1; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 26, 1899. 



255 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continukd. 



A u thors — Continued. 

Hastings, H[orace] L. 

The book of Job ; a study. Bos- 
ton and London, Spiritual tract reposi- 
tory, 1898. 26 pp. 12°. (The anti- 
infidel library, no. 52.) 389 

Copyright by H. L. Hastings, Boston. 

1898, no. 69948, Dec, 1; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 26, 1899. 

Hazeltine, Miron J. 

Beadle's dime chess instructor . . . 
New York, M.J.Ivers & co., 1898. 80 
pp. 16°. 390 

Copyright by James Sullivan, New 
York/ 1898, no. 76654, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Henderson, C[harles] Richmond] 

Social settlements. New York, 

Lentilhon &' co. [1899]. 4 p. 1., iv, 
9-196 pp. 16°. (Handbooks for prac- 
tical workers in church and philan- 
thropy.) 391 
Copyright by Lentilhon & co.,New 
York. 1899, no. 4401. Jan. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 14, 1899. 

Hinckley, A[bbie] G. 

A key to health. 2d ed., revised and 
enlarged. New York, A. Goldman, 

1899. 69 pp. 12°. 392 
Copyright by A. G. Hinckley, New 

York. 1899, no. 68, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 23, 1899. 

Hoyt, Deristhe L. 

The world's painters and their pic- j 
tures. Boston, Ginn & co., 1899. 
xvi,272pp. illus. pi. 12°. 393 

Copyright by Deristhe L. Hoyt, Mai- 
den, Mass. 1899, no. 51, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 19, 1899. 

Ingersoll, R[obert] G[reen]. 

Great speeches of Col. R, G. Ingersoll, 
complete . . . Edited by J. B. McClure. 
Chicago, Rhodes & McClure pub. co., 
1898. 449 pp. illus. 8°. 394 

Copyright by Rhodes & McClure 
pub. co., Chicago. 1898, no. 76962, Dec. 
30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

The International correspondence 
schools. Scranton, Pa. 

Education, technical education, in- 
ternational correspondence system of 
education. Scranton, Pa., The Col- 
liery engineer co. [1898]. 564 pp. 
12°. 395 

Copyright by The Colliery engineer 
co., Scranton, Pa. 1898, no. 60950, Oct. 
17 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 27, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Jewett, Charles, ed. 

The practice of obstetrics. By Amer- 
ican authors . . . New York and 
Philadelphia, Lea bros. & co., 1899. 
xiii, 17-768 pp. illus. pi. 8°. 396 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., Phila- 
delphia, 1899, no. 3599, Jan. 9; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Jones, Samuel P[orter] 

Sam. Jones' late sermons as delivered 
by the great preacher . . . illustrated 
from G. Dore. Chicago, Rhodes & 
McClure pub. co., 1898. 11 1., 347-690 
pp. pi. port. 12°. 397 

Copyright by Rhodes & McClure 
pub. co., Chicago. 1898, no. 76964, Dec. 
30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

The Kemble & Mills list of counsel. Pub- 
lished quarterly ; v. 1, no. 3. January, 
1899. Philadelphia, The Kemble & 
Mills pub. co. [1898] 8°. 398 

Copyright by The Kemble & Mills 
pub. co.. Philadelphia. 1898, no. 76651, 
Dec. 29; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 20, 1899. 

Lala, Ramon Reyes. 

The Philippine islands . . . New 
York, Continental pub. co., 1899 [1898] 
342 pp. illus. map. 4°. 399 

Copyright by Continental pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 73283, Dec. 16; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 25, 1899. 

Lasance, F[rancis] X[avier] comp. 

A pious preparation for first holy 

. communion. With a retreat of three 

days. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 

Benziger bros., 1899. 440 pp. pi. 24°. 

400 
Copyright by Benziger bros , New 
York. 1899, no. 3589, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Legrand, Louis, ed. 

The dime Hail Columbia speaker . . . 
New York, M. J. Ivers & co., 1898. 93 
pp. 16°. (Speaker's series, no. 18.) 401 

Copyright by James Sullivan, New 
York.' 1898, no. 76655, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim. 

Minna you Barnhelm; oder, Das sol- 
datengliick, ein lustspielin fiinf aufzii- 
gen; with ... an introduction and 
notes by A. B. Nichols. New York, 
H. Holt & co., 1898. xxx, 163 pp. pi. 
port. 16°. 402 

Copyright by Henry Holt & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 71346, Dec. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 26, 1899. 



256 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Copyright bv Rhodes & McClure 
b. co., Chicago. 1898, no. 76960, Dec. 



Authors — Continued. 

Lincoln. Abraham. 

Abraham Lincoln's stories and 
speeches . . . edited by J. B. McClure. 
Chicago, Rhodes & McClure pub. co., 
1898. 477 pp. illus. 12 c . 403 

Copyright bv Rhodes & McClure 
nub. co., Chicago. 1898. no. 76961. Dec. 
30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Lyons, A[lbert] B[rown]. 

Handbook of practical assaying of 
drugs and galenicals. Detroit, Nel- 
son, Baker & co., 1899. 237, [8] pp. 
illus. 16°. 404 

Copyright by A. B. Lyons, Detroit. 
1898,no.77345, Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 20, 1899. 

McClure, J]ames] B. ed. 

Edison and his inventions: includ- 
ing . . . particulars connected with 
the . . . life of the great inventor. 
Also full explanations of . . . all his 
principal discoveries . . . Chicago, 
Rhodes A: McClure pub. co., 1898. 9 I., 
13-269 pp., 7 1. illus. port. 12 . 

405 

C 

pub. co., _ 

30: 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

com p. 

Pearls from many seas. A galaxy of 
thought from four hundred writers of 
wide repute . . . Chicago, Rhodes 
& McClure pub. co., 1898. 528 pp. 
illus. pi. port. 12 . 406 

Copyright by Rhodes & McClure 
pub. co., Chicago. 1898, no. 76963, 
Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

_M( Xeill, John. 

Rev. John McNeill's ("The Scotch 
Spmgeon") popular sermons. Deliv- 
ered during the Word's fair in Chicago, 
and in his Regent Square church. Lon- 
don, England . . . Edited by J. B. 
McClure. Chicago, Rhodes' ^V Mc- 
Clure pub. co., 1898. 2 p. I., 13-373 
pp. illus. pi. port. 12 . 107 

Copyright by Rhodes & McClure 
pub. co.. Chicago. 1898, no. 76965, 
Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

[Marsh, L. Gardner.] 

Story of George Washington. Buf- 
falo. N. Y., & Chicago, The Wyatt co., 
[1899] 16 pp. 8 C . (Biographical 
series, no. 3.) 408 

Copyright by The Wyatt co., Buf- 
falo. '1899, no. 3591, .Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Maryland. Court of appeals. 

Reports of cases argued and ad- 
judged . . . W. T. Brantley . . . 



Authors — Continued. 

Maryland. Court of appeals — Cont'd, 
reporter, v. 87. Containing cases in 
October term, 1897, January and April 
terms, 1898. Frederick, Md., Baugh- 
man bros., 1898. 8°. 409 

Copyright by William T. Brantley, 
Baltimore. 1898, no. 74002, Dec, 19; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 27, 1899. 

[Mason, Fanny Witherspoon.] 

The life of Madeline Pollard; by 
Mary Frances [pseud.] [Nelsonville, 
Mo.] The author [1898] 46 pp. 12°. 

410 
Copyright by Mary Frances, Nelsou- 
ville. Mo. 1898, no. 75865, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 28, 1899. 

Merrill, Charles Edmund, jr. com p. 

Yale verse. New York, Mavnard, 
Merrill & co., 1899. 160 pp. 12'°. 

411 
Copyright by Mavnard, Merrill & 
co., New York.' 1899, no. 3600, Jan. 9; 
2 copies r.c'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Meyer, Frederick] B[rotherton] 

Our daily homily. v. 4. New 

York, Chicago [etc.], F. H. Revell co. 
[1899] 3 p. I, 250 pp. 16°. 412 

Contents. 
v. 4. Isaiah-MalaoLi. 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co.. 
New York. 1899. no. 3564, Jan. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. Corrected. 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Mieir, W[illiam] (). 

Westcliffe, Colorado ; a short sketch 
of this most delightful summer resort. 
. . . Denver, The Carson - Harper co. 
[1898] [23] pp. illus. obi. 8°. 413 
Copyright by Carson - Harper co., 
Denver. ' 1898, no. 61676, Oct. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 21. 1898. 

Mikalo witch, Nikolai. 

Die gottw erdung des menschen. Fin 
beitrag zur entwicklungsgeschichte 
der menschheit. Chicago, 1m selbst- 
verlag, 1898. 116 pp. 8°. 411 

Copyright by Nicholas Miohels, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 66457, Nov. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd .Ian. 11, 1899. 

Miller, William Amos. 

The sovereign guide : a tab 1 of Eden. 
Los Angeles, Cal., (i. Rice & sons, 1S98. 
130 pp. port. 16°. 415 

Copyright bv William A. Miller. Los 
Angeles. 1898, no. 6788."), Nov. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 25, 1899. 



257 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



A uth ors — C ontinued. 

Morris, Florence Ada. 

Destruction of the battle ship 
" Maine. n An original poem. Ep- 
ping, N. H., 1898. 20 1. illus. port. 
12°. 416 

Copyright by Florence Ada Morris, 
Epping, N. H. 1898, no. 70544, Dec. 5 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 27, 1899= 

Morrow, Abbie C, and, McCrossan, 
Charles W. 

Joy and rejoicing. Pentecostal Bible 
readings. Cincinnati, O., M. W. 

Knapp, 1898. 93 pp. 12°. (Pente- 
costal holiness library, v. 1, no. 12.) 

417 

Copyright by M. W. Knapp, Cincin- 
nati. 1898, no. 76686, Dec. 29; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Morrow, Robert G. reporter. 

Oregon. Supreme court. Reports of 
cases ... v. 32. 

Murray, Rev. Andrew. 

The two covenants and the second 
blessing. Xew York, Chicago [etc.], 
F.H.Revell co. [1898] 206 pp. 12 c . 

418 
Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co.. 
Chicago. 1898. no. 76586, Dec. 29; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 30, 1899. 

Neff, Elizabeth Clifford. 

An Anglican study in Christian sym- 
bolism. Cleveland, O., The Helman- 
Tavlor co., 1898. 5 p. 1., 238 pp., 7 1. 
charts. 12°. 419 

Copyright by Elizabeth Clifford Neff, 
Cleveland. 1898, no. 63046, Oct. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 25. 1899. 

Norman, James. 

Ealien and Lenard ; or, The shadow 
of a prophecy, an epic poem. Phil- 
adelphia. Sherman & co. [1898] 192 
pp. pi. 8°. 420 

Copyright by James Norman, Phila- 
delphia, 1898, no. 44014, July 23; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 25, 1899. 

The northeastern reporter, v. 51 . . . 
Permanent ed. July 29-December 16, 
1898 . . . St. Paul, West pub. co., 
1899. 4°. (National reporter system. 
State series.) 421 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 3667, Jan 9 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
21, 1899. 

Ohio. Circuit court. Reports of cases 
argued and determined, v. 17, Janv. 1 
to June 30, 1899. Carl G. Jahn. 422 
Copyright by Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, O. 1899. no. 3588, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Oregon. Supreme court. 

Reports of cases decided in the su- 
preme court of the state of Oregon ; R. 
G. Morrow, reporter, v. 32. Salem, 
Or., W. H. Leeds, 1898. 8°. 423 

Copyright by Robert Graves Morrow, 
Portland, Oreg. 1899, no. 3592, Jan. 9 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 24, 1899. 

The Pacific reporter, v. 54 . . . Perma- 
nent ed. September 15-December 8, 

1898 ... St. Paul, West pub. co., 
1899. 4°. (National reporter system. 
State series.) 424 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 3668, Jan. 9 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
17, 1899. 

Paul, Solon W. ed. 

The Gast-Paul directory of bankers 
and attorneys . . . published semi- 
annually . . . July, 1898. St. Louis, 
A. Gast bank-note & lithographing co. 
& S. W. Paul [1898] 4 C . 425 

Copyright by S. W. Paul & Aug. Gast 
bank-note & litho. co., St. Louis. Mo. 
1898, no. 53024, Sept. 10 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 12, 1899. 

Pennell, Mrs. A[lvin] R[oss] 

The housewife's helper. 300 helps 
by 500 wives; each one tried, tested, 
proved, and thoroughly reliable. Cato. 
X. Y., Mrs. A. R. Pennell, 1898. 144 pp. 
8° 426 

Copyright bv Mrs. A. R. Pennell. Cato, 
N. Y. 1898, no. 52143, Sept. 6 ; 2 copies 
. rec'd Jan. 25, 1899. 

Phillips, Andrew W. and Strong, Wen- 
dell M[elville] 

Logarithmic and trigonometric ta- 
bles ; five-place and four-place. New 
York and London, Harper & bros. 

1899 [1898] xiv,163 pp. 8°. (Phil- 
lips-Loomis mathematical series.) 427 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. * 1898. no. 60260, Oct. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 30, 1899. 

Poets and authors' club of Colorado. 

An evening with the Poets and au- 
thors' club of Colorado. Christmas 
ed. 1898. [Denver, Col. The W. H. 
Kistler stat. co., 1898] 71 pp. illus. 
12°. 428 

Copyright by Poets' and authors' 
club of Colorado. Denver. 1898, no. 
72860, Dec. 14; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 14, 
1898. 

Potter, Edward Tuckerman. 

Bible stories in Bible language; with 
an introduction by . . . H. C. Potter. 



258 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



A u thors — Continued. 

Potter, Edward Tuckerman — Continued. 
New ed. New York, D. Appleton & 
co v 1898. 1 p. 1., 197 pp. pi. 12°. 

429 
Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 59840, Oct. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 3, 1898. 

Reid, Grace Stuart. 

Americans in exile ; from the pictures 
and papers of Paul Duane . . . Lon- 
don and New York, F. T. Neely [1898] 
260 pp. 12°. 430 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1899, no. 4402, Jan. 10; 2 , 
copies rec'd Jan. 20, 1899. 

Resident and business directory of Ux- 
bridge and Northbridge, Massachu- 
setts, for 1898-9 . . . Needham, Mass., , 
A. E. Foss & co., 1898. 8°. 431 ; 

Copyright by A. E. Foss & co., Need- 
ham, Mass. 1898, no. 75943, Dec. 27 ; 2 : 
copies rec'd Jan. 28, 1899. 

Rhodes, R[ichard] S. ed. 

Wit. Illustrated by H. De Lay. | 
Chicago, Rhodes *fc McClure pub. co., | 
1898. 1 p. 1., 15-422 pp. illus. pi. 8°. 

432 ' 
Copyright by Rhodes & McClure 
pub. co., Chicago. 1898, no. 76968, Dec. 
30; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Seeligmann, Karl. 

Altes und neues ; a German reader for | 
young beginners. Boston, Ginn & 
co., 1899. iv, 125 pp. 12°. (Interna- 
tional modern language series.) 433 
Copyright by Karl Seeligmann, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 76642, Dec. 29 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

S6vigne\ [Marie de Rabutin Chantal 
marquise] de. 

Selected letters of Madame de j 
S6vignd, edited for school use by L. C. | 
Syms. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 
American book co. [1898] 123 pp. port. 
12-. 434 

Copyright by L. C. Syms, New York. 
1898, no. 68363, Nov. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 25, 1899. 

Shakespeare [William]. 

A new variorum edition of Shake- 
speare; edited by H. H. Furuess. v. 1. 
6th ed. Philadelphia and London, 
J. B. Lippincott co. [1899] 8°. 435 

Contents. 

v. 1. Romeo and Juliet. 

Copyright by Horace Howard Fur- 
ness, Walliugford, Pa. 1899, no. 4379, 
Jan. 10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 14, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Simpson, Charles. 

Life in the mines ; or. Crime avenged. 
Including thrilling adventures among 
miners and outlaws . . . Chicago, 
Rhodes & McClure pub. co., 1898. 343 
.pp. illus. 12°. 436 

Copyright by Rhodes & McClure pub. 
co., Chicago. 1898, no. 76967, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 30, 1898. 

Steele, Daniel. 

Jesus exultant ; or, Christ no pessi- 
mist, and other essays. Boston and 
Chicago, Christian witness co., 1899. 
4 p. 1., 334 pp. port. 12°. 437 

Copyright by The Christiau witness 
co., Boston. 1898, no. 76637, Dec. 29; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Story of George Washington [1899] . 

See [Marsh, L. Gardner]. 
Thomas, Grace Powers, ed. 

Where to educate, 1898-1899 ; a guide 
to the best private schools, higher in- 
stitutions of learning, etc., in the 
United States. Boston, Brown & co. 
[1898] xxv, 382 pp. illus. port. 8°. 

438 

Copyright by Brown & co., Boston. 
1898, no. 48632, Aug. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 30, 1899. 
United evangelical church. 

Hymn book of the United evangelical 
church. Harrisburg, Pa., Publish- 
ing house of the United evangelical 
church [1898]. vi pp., 11., 600pp. 16°. 

439 

Copyright by Publishing house of 
the United evangelical church, Harris- 
burg. 1898, no. 52095, Sept. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 30, 1899. 
United States. Courts of appeals. 

. . . Reports. Number 51. [v.] 60. 
Sixth circuit, pages 129-224. Seventh 
circuit, pages 225-371. Eighth circuit, 
pages 372-384. Semimonthly, January 
1, 1899. . . S. A. Blatchford, reporter. 
Official ed. New York, Banks & 
bros., 1899. 8°. 440 

(Advance parts for temporary use.) 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 3585, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
received Jan. 9, 1899. 
United States. Supreme court. 

United States reports, v. 172, pt. 1; 
semimonthly, January 1, 1899 . . . 
Cases adjudged ... J. C. B. Davis, 
reporter. " New York and Albauy, 
Banks & bros., 1899. 8°. 441 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 3584, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



259 



I. BOOKS.— (2) UlSt i:ii! ,A\KOI S. 

Classified under the term '"Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Advice to farmers and cotton planters on 
the use of P. W. Devoe & co.'s yellow 
label, C. T. Raynolds & co.'s green label 
pure Paris green. 13th ed. rev., 1899. 

224 
Copyright by F. W. Devoe and C. T. 
Raynolds co., Chicago. 1899, no. 1613, 
Jan. 11; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Advisory rates of Manchester, Delaware 
county, Iowa. v. 254. 225 

Odebolt, Sac county, Iowa. v. 310. 

226 

West Liberty, Muscatine county, 

Iowa. v. 432. 227 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Kapidsy Iowa. 1899," nos. 3681, 3682, 
3680, Jan. 9; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 9, 
1899. 

Afro- American almanac, 1899. 228 

Copyright by Rossie & co., Brook- 
lyn. 1898, no. 66179, Nov. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Brave American boy. 229 

Copyright by Seiter & Kappes, New 

York. 1898, no. 65094, Nov. 7 ; 1 copy 

rec'd Nov. 7, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Jan. 9, 

1899. 

Brorup (R. P.) Modesty, courtship, and 

woman's right. 230 

Copyright by R. P. Brorup, Webster, 

S. Dak. 1899, no. 3670, Jan. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Buffalo express album of the vear past ; 
1898 recorded, 1899 greeted. * 231 

Copyright bv Geo. E. Matthews & 
co., Buffalo. 1899 ; no. 2944, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 
Change (The) of time, from 6 to 9. 232 
Copyright by Oliver Benson, New 
York. 1898, no. 72815, Dec. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 
Charles the XII. 233 

Copyright by Oliver Benson, New 
York. 1898, no. 72816, Dec. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 
Cotton pickers ; instruction paper, cotton 
yarn preparation, pt. 3, 1st ed. (Ameri- 
can correspondence school of textiles.) 

234 

Copyright bv Christopher P. Brooks, 

Lowell, Mass. " 1898, no. 65743, Nov. 10; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Cotton (The) state almanac, 1899. 235 

Copyright by C. Molloy, Brooklyn. 

1898, no. 66178, Nov. 12; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 11, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Course of cookery for sixth and seventh 
years, public schools of Manhattan 
and the Bronx, New York City. 236 

Copyright by Mary E. Williams, New 
York. 1898, no. 65056, Nov. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 

Crescent bicycles, 1899. 237 

Copvright by Western wheel works, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 74872, Dec. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Do you know of a better and cheaper 

plan? Please answer. 238 

Copyright by First American patent 

club, Milwaukee. 1899, no. 3603, Jan. 

9; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Empire (The) state of the South; an al- 
manac for Georgia, 1899. 239 
Copyright by C. Molloy, Brooklyn. 

1898, no. 66172, Nov. 12; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1899. 

Evangelical (An) free church catechism; 

for use in home and school. 240 

Copyright by Thomas Law, England. 

1899, no. 2876, Jan. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 6, 1899. 

Everglade (The) state almanac, 1899. 

241 
Copyright by C. Molloy, Brooklyn. 

1898, no. 66177, Nov. 12; 2 'copies rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1899. 

Fernald (Charles Augustus). Genealogy 
of the ancient Fernald family; from 
Adam to date. G.U.S.A., U.S.A., 
S. A., A. 1899. 242 

Copyright by Charles xlugustus Fer- 
nald, Boston. 1898, no. 65100, Nov. 7 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 
Garden and farm manual, 1899. 243 

Copvright by Johnson & Stokes, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 82, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 
Gideon. God's hand; or, The experience 
of John Y. Alary. 244 

Copyright by John Y. Alary, Des 
Moines. 1898, no. 57968, Oct. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 
Grand (The) fraternity; organized 1885, 
incorporated in Pennsylvania. 245 

Copyright bv Grand fraternity, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 2524, Jan. 5; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 
1 Grant (H. N.) Alabama (The) cake walk 
two-step. 246 

Copvright by H. N. Grant, Buffalo. 

1899, no. 4487, Jan. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1899. 



260 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



- 



Titles — Continued. 

Hagen (A. T.) & co., modern laundry 
machinery, Kochester, N. Y. 247 

Copyright by A. T. Hagen & co., 
Rochester, N. Y. 1898, no. 67273, Nov. 
17 ; 1 copy rec'd Nov. 17, 1898 ; 1 copy 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Health and strength ! beauty and grace ! 

218 

Copvright by Frank Crigler Jones, 

New York. 1898, no. 65070, Nov. 7; 1 

copy rec'd Dec. 6, 1898; 1 copy rec'd 

Jan. 7, 1899. 

Hickok (The) company, manufacturers 
of "century" corsets. Confidential 
wholesale price list. no. 15. Jan. 1, 
1899. 249 

Copyright by Hickok company, New 
Haven. Conn. 1899, no. 4652, Jan. 11; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Higgins (Edwin). "The star-spangled 
banner," Francis Scott Key, and 
patriotic lines. [New ed.] 250 

Copyright by Edwin Higgins, Balti- 
more. ' 1898, no. 65076, Nov. 7; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 6,1899. 

Honor where honor is due. 251 

Copyright by B. Heller & co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3683, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

How to do good laundry work at home. 

252 
Copyright by Charles Walter Tyler, 
Baldwinsville, N. Y. 1899, no. 4411, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Huron county. Ohio: a map and brief 

history. 253 

Copyright by Frank M. Lutts, Nor- 

walk, < )hio. 1898, no. 62423, Oct. 24 ; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 9, 189!'. 

Hydromechanics. 254 

Copyright by United correspondence 
schools, New York. 1898, no. 77354, Dec. 
31 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Johnson (Warren S.) Gasoline. 255 

Copyright by Warren S. Johnson, 
Milwaukee. 1898, no. 75192, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Making boxes. 256 

Copyright by Cyrus Kehr, Lakeside, 
111. 1899, no. 3673, Jan. 9 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 9, 1899. 

Mexican mutual planters' co. ; incorpo- 
rated under the laws of Illinois. Capi- 
tal, $50,000, paid in cash. 257 
Copyright by George G. Carter, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 64404, Nov. 2; 1 copy 
rec'd Dec. 8, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Jan. 11, 
1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mississippi (The) optician. 258 

Copyright by Max H. Levy, Amory, 
Miss. 1899. no. 3611, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Munn (S. W.) Useful information for oil 

men. 259 

Copyright by Silas W. Munn, Man- 

nington, W. Va, 1898, no. 60018, Oct. 

12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Net discount and dozen price list, iron, 

brass, and nickel screws. 260 

Copyright bv F. J. Linsley, New 

Haven, Conn. '1898, no. 73299, Dec. 16; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Old (The) north state almanac, 1899. 

261 
Copyright bv C. Molloy, Brooklyn. 
1898, no. 615175, Nov. 12 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1899. 

Palmetto (The) state almanac, 1899. 262 
Copvright by C. Molloy, Brooklyn. 
1898, no. 66174, Nov. 12 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1899. 

Parquet floors. 263 

Copvright by J. W. Boughton, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 77308, Dec. 31; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



Patton's sun-proof j)aint!- 
ment. 



Glass depart- 

264 



Manufacturing department. 265 

Copyright by James E. Patton co.. 
Milwaukee. 1899, nos. 3617, 3618, Jan. 
9; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Peter Henderson & co.. New York. Market 
gardeners' or truckers' wholesale cata- 
logue of vegetable seeds, roots, plants, 
implements, spring 1899. 266 

Copvright by Peter Henderson & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 4618, Jan. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Poems and songs of the Philippine expedi- 
tion. 267 
Copyright by George Douglass Bever- 
idge, IT. S. 1899, no. 4607, Jan. 11 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Points and pointers for the uninsured. 

268 

Copyright bv Clark co., Lock Haven. 

Pa. 1898, no.' 62185, Oct. 22; 1 copy 

rec'd Oct. 22, 1898; 1 copy rec'd .Jan. 7. 

1899. 



Practice (The) 
treatise no. 4. 



of oriental 



medicine; 
269 



Copvright by Geo. W. Hazard, Los 
Angeles. 1898, no. 75892. Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 



2G1 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Progressive Cleveland ; a manual of facts 
and figures suggestive of the commer- 
cial and industrial importance of the 
city. 270 

Copyright hv Baker & Masten, Cleve- 
land. 1898. no. 66454, Nov. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Real estate plat hook of the city of Pitts- 
hurg, east end. v. 1. 271 

Copyright hy Griffith M. Hopkins, 
Philadelphia. '1898, no. 66148, Nov. 12; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 5, 1898. 

Report me and my cause aright to the 
unsatisfied. 272 

Copvright hv Stanley works, New 
Britain, Conn. ' 1898, no. 59400, Oct. 8; 
1 copv rec'd Oct. 8, 1898; 1 copy rec'd 
Jan. 9, 1899. 

Sheard (Charles). Pointers for parlia- 
mentarians. 273 ! 
Copyright hy R. O. Evans, Chicago, i 
1899, no. 4651, Jan. 11; 2 copies rec'd i 
Jan. 11, 1899. 

Shearer (A. A.) Just one match. 274 i 
Copyright hv A. A. Shearer, Roches- i 
ter, N. Y. 1899, no. 3606, Jan. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to vol. 19, 
Rhode Island decisions. 275 

Supplement to vol. 43, West Vir- 
ginia decisions. 276 
Copyright hy Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1899, nos. 3678, 3675, Jan. 9; 2 
copies each rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Silver (The) state almanac, 1899. 277 

Copyright hv C. Molloy, Brooklyn, 
1898, no. 66176,'Nov. 12 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1899. 

Some excuses. 278 

Copvright hy Clark co., Lock Haven, 

Pa. 1898, no. 62184, Oct, 22; 1 copy 

rec'd Oct, 22, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Jan. 7, 

1899. 

Souvenir of the trans-Mississippi and 
international exposition, Omaha, Nehr. 

279 

Copyright hv E. L. Lomax, Omaha, 

1898, no. 46507, Aug. 4; 1 copv rec'd 

Aug. 4, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Souvenir of Wyoming, 1899. 280 

Copyright hy Clarence T. Johnston, 

Cheyenne, Wyo. 1898, no. 67894, Nov. 

21 ; 1 copy rec'd Nov. 21, 1898 ; 1 copv 

rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 

Study this carefully; important points 

for the canvasser to rememher. 281 

Copvright hy Continental puh. co., 

New York. 1899, no. 3308, Jan. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Toe-in (The) shoe. If your child u toes- 

in." 282 

Copyright hy Albert Best, New York. 

1899, no. 4614, Jan. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 11, 1899. 

Truman ( O. H. ) The world's great move- 
ments and the coming revolution; a 
lecture. 283 

Copyright hy O. H. Truman, Su- 
perior, Nebr. 1899, no. 5613, Jan. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Trust deed executed hy the Mexican 
mutual planters' co. to the Equitable 
trust co. of Chicago, 111. 284 

Copyright by George G. Carter, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 64403, Nov. 2 ; 1 copy 
rec'd Dec. 8, 1898; 1 copv rec'd Jan. 11, 
1899. 

Twister (The). 285 

Copyright hy J. A. Jackson, Des 
Moines. 1899, no. 3679. Jan. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

U., M., and I. (The) almanac, 1899. 286 
Copvright by C. Molloy, Brooklyn. 
1898, no. 66173, Nov. 12; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 11, 1899. 

Valuable prescriptions and household 

receipts for the masses. 287 

Copyright hy J. C. Minter, Wood- 

ville, Tex. 1898, no. 63245, Oct. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 

Walker (R. H., jr.) Booker T. Washing- 
ton in poetry. 288 
Copyright by R. H. Walker, jr., 
Indianapolis. 1899, no. 3313, Jan. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



262 



I BOOKS— (3) NEWSPAPER AND JIAGAZt\E ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term " Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetical! y by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Alden (W. L.) An involuntary president. 

468 
Copyright by W. L. Alden, U. S. 1898, 
no. 72613, Dec. 13; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 
1899. 

All ready to be friendly. 469 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3710, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

America's stand disquieting. 470 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3352, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Atzpodien (Paul). Erne sonderbarer 

heiliger, von lib Damfino. 471 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 

Nebr. 1899, no. 2961, Jan. 6; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Ihe archbishop's ban- 
472 



Barr (Robert), 
quet. 

Copyright by Robert Barr, London. 
1898, no. 72559, Dec. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899. 

Barry (John Arthur) . At Mat Aris light. 

473 
Copyright by John Arthur Barry, 
Great Britain. 1898, no. 72561, Dec. 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Battleships to sail Jan. 12. 474 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3362, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Bitter fight against Banffy. 475 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4668, Jan. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Black (P. Y.) The way of the trespasser. 

476 
Copyright by P. Y. Black, New York. 
1898, no. 77372, Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899. 

Bliss (Paul). Die tage der rosen. 477 
Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 1899, no. 2879, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Brick veneer house. 478 

Copyright by George Palliser, New 
York. 1899, no. 4499, Jan. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Calms Santiago opposition. 479 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3711, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued . 

Carpenter (Frank G.) Die armen Argen- 
tinian's, wie sie leben und wo sie 
wohnen. 480 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr/ 1899, no. 2964, Jan. 6: 2 copies 
rec'd 6, 1899. 



Comfortable home. 



481 



Copyright by George Palliser, New 
York/ 1899, no. 4497, Jan. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Cox (Palmer). The Brownies' military 

and naval obstacle race. 482 

Copyright by Palmer Cox, New York. 

1898, no. 77373, Dec. 31; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 7, 1899. 



Pulpit editorials. Sec- 
483 



Crane (Frank). 

tionalism. 

Tiddledy-winks. 484 

Copyright by Frank Crane, Chicago. 

1899, nos. 3694, 3695, Jan. 9; 2 copies 

each rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Cuba at short range. 485 

Copyright by A. C. Goudie, U. S. 

1899, no. 4508, Jan. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1899. 

"Cuba libre" a dream. 486 

Copyright by A. C. Goudie, U. S. 

•1899, no. 4505, Jan. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1899. 



Cuba libre for woman. 
Copyright by A. C 



487 
Goudie, U. S. 
1899, no. 4507, Jan. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1899. 



Cuba now needs roads. 
Copyright by A. C 



488 
Goudie, U. S. 
1899, no. 4504, Jan. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1899. 

Cuba will soon be clear. 489 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3705, Jan. 9: 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Cuban folks of to-day. 490 

Copyright by A. C. Goudie, U. S. 
1899, no. 4503, Jan. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1899. 

Czar approves the programme. 491 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3701, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Defeated the Congo forces. 192 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4662, Jan. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 



263 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Utiles— Continued. 

Deluge in the camp. 493 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no.4669, Jan. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11,1899. 

Designs for camps. 494 

Copyright hv George Palliser, New 
York.* 1899, no. 4495, Jan. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Dictator is needed. 495 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3354, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Die blutige handschrift. 496 

Copyright by Herald co., Milwaukee. 
1899, no. 3696, Jan. 9 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
9, 1899. 

Donnelly (Eleanor C.) Aunty Daffodil's 

"tecks." 497 

Copyright by Benziger brothers, New 

York/ 1899, no. 3619, Jan. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Elegant summer home. 498 

Copyright by George Palliser, New 
York. 1899, no. 4496, Jan. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Esterhazy now in Belgium. 499 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 4663. Jan. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 



Fashions of New York. 



500 



Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 4509, Jan. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Fashions of New York; handsome cos- 
tumes to be worn at the horse show. 

501 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 1898, no. 65602, Nov. 8; 1 

copy rec'd Nov. 8, 1898; 1 copy rec'd 

Jan'. 10, 1899. 

France and England once more aroi*sed. 

502 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 4490, Jan. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

French deputies to meet. 503 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4674, Jan. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Friendly interest in William. 504 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 3700, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Germany to pass our meat on its merits. 

505 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 44 89, Jan. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Giovanni Dupre; an eclogue. 506 

Copyright by The Churchman co., 
New York. 1898, no. 75163, Dec. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Heard (J., jr.). Eraclio Solis, highway- 
man. • 507 
Copyright by John Heard, jr., U. S. 
1898, no. 72614.' Dec. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899. 

Hillis (Newell Dwight). God's silence 
and his voices also. 508 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 4659, Jan. 11 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Horning (E. W.) At the pistol's point. 

509 
Copyright by E. W. Horning, U. S. 
1898, no. 72615, Dec. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899. 

Hyne (Cutcliffe). Fortunes adrift. 510 
Copyright by Cutcliffe Hyne, Great 
Britain. 1898, no. 72560, Dec. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Illinois boys in Cuba. 511 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3703, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Kerger (Karl Reuter). Schreibebrief des 
Phil Kratzbroesch, an die " Lincoln 
freie presse." 512 

Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr.' 1899, no. 2963, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

King (Charles). A wounded name. 513 
Copyright by F. Tennvson Neely, 
New York. 1899, no. 4493, Jan. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Lafrentz (L. F.) Margarethen's freier. 

514 
Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York.' 1899, no. 2962, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Lala (Ramon Reyes). The Philippine 

islands. 515 

Copyright by Continental pub. co., 

New York. 1899, no. 2307, Jan. 4; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Leaves Naples for Alexandria. 516 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3709, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



264 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lost in the Berne Alps. 517 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago? 1899, no. 4667, Jan. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

May blast away a mountain. 518 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3704, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

May give up Newfoundland. 519 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4664, Jan. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

May prevent war in Africa. 520 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3355, Jan. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

•'Meik" Habersack'ssckreibebrief, no. 79. 

521 

Copyright by German press and plate 

co., Cleveland. 1898, no. 59565. Oct. 10 ; 

1 copv rec'd Oct. 10, 1898; 1 copy rec'd 
Jan. 9, 3899. 

More emigrants for America. 522 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no" 4672, Jan. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1N99. 

Morgan (C. B.) Sairy Spencer's revolt. 

523 
Copyright by Carrie Blake Morgan. 
U. S. 1898, no. 72612, Dec. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Nanigos (The) of Cuba. 524 

Copyright by A. C. Goudie, U. S. 
1899, no. 4506, Jan. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 10, 1899. 
Negotiating for steel rails. 525 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3707, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 
Neueste Berliner korrespondenz; inter- 
view mit Herrn von Buelow. 526 
Copyright bv Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 1899, no. 2877, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6,1899. 
Nurses in Cuba rebel. 527 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3358, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, IN! Hi. 
Offener sehreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 
ampfer. no. 262. 528 
Copyright by German press and plate 
co., Cleveland. 1899, no. 3693, Jan. 9; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Old (The) Hawaii; the new Hawaii. 529 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 4502, Jan. 10; 2 
copies rec'd J;in. 10, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

O'Malley (Sallie Margaret). He like a 

soldier fell. 530 

Copyright by Benziger brothers, New 

York. 1899, no. 3621, Jan. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

\ Overtaxed Ireland protests. 531 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899. no. 3356, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

| Paced to victory by love. First install- 
ment. 532, 533 
Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. 1898, nos. 51952, 51953, Sept. 3 ; 1 
copv rec'd Sept. 13, 1898; 1 copv rec'd 
Jan. 9, 1899. 

Peruvians are making merry. 534 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3712, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Plan for double house. 535 

Copyright by George Palliser, New 
York. 1899, no. 4498, Jan. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Reichstag may adjourn. 536 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4671, Jan. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Ripe for revolution. 537 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3702. Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Riviera season is dull. 538 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3708, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Ross (Clinton). The perilous venture of 

Lady Ackland. 539 

Copyright by Clinton Ross, U. S. 

1898, no. 72620, Dec. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 7, 1899. 

Russia orders ships. 540 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4666, Jan. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Sagasta to continue in power. 541 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3359, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 
Santiago wants autonomy. 542 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4670, Jan. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 
Scientific basket ball. 513 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 4501, Jan. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 



265 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Scorn of Bismarck. 544 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 3351, Jan. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Sees trouble ahead. 545 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899. no. 3706, Jan. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Serious illness of Don Carlos. 546 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 



547 



Taggart (Marion Ames), 
roval scarlet. 



Loyal blue and 

550 



rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Shakespearean (A) revival. 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 4500, Jan. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Still deal in slaves. 518 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4660, Jan. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Swedes wish to vote. 519 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3360, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Copyright by Benziger brothers, New 
York/ 1899, no. 3620, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

To fight for liberty. 551 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4675, Jan. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas Citv 

star, Jan. 3, 1899.) 552 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 2966, Jan. 6 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Jan. 4, 1899. 553 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 3381, J an. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Trade (The) in livestock. (Kansas Citv 

star, Jan. 7, 1899). 554 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no/4488, Jan. 

10 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Vanderbilt's daughter honored. 555 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no". 3361, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

I Wales and disarmament. 556 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3353, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6,1899. 

Warships to leave Lima. 557 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4665, Jan. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

j Welcome our navy. 558 

Convright by Associated press, New 
York/ 1899, no. 3691, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Wichmann (Franz.) Der raubmoerder. 

559 
Copyright by Press pub. co., Lincoln, 
Nebr. 1899, no. 2878, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

| Wilkins (M. E.) Tall Jane. 560 

Copyright by Mary E. Wilkins, U. S. 
1898, no. 72611," Dec. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899. 

| William may visit the Pope. 561 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 4661, Jan. 11; 2 copies 
j . rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Would not reduce the navy. 562 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4673, Jan. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 
j $7,500 country house. 563 

Copyright by George Palliser, New 
York. 1899, no. 4494, Jan. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Chicot the jester 
Francis. 



a play, 



by Henry 
36 

Copyright by Francis Henry Mead, 
National City, Cal. 1898, no. 71636, 
Dec. 21 ; 2 typewritten copies rec'd Jan. 
6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Daughter (A) of Cuba: a melodrama in 
4 acts and prologue, by Paul Wood- 
worth Hyde. 37 
Copyright bv Paul Woodworth Hyde, 
Pittsburg. 1898, no. 24424, April 18; 2 
typewritten copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 



266 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Dewey, the hero of Manila: an original 
naval drama in 4 acts, by John A. 
Fraser. 38 

Copyright by Del. S. Smith, St. Louis. 
1898, no. 59520, Oct. 2; 2 typewritten 
copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Dr. Baxter's servants : farce in 1 act, bv 

Patrick C. Lindon. 39 

Copyright by Ames publishing co., 

Clyde, Ohio. 1898, no. 77318, Dec. 31 ; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Drei (Die) reiherfedern : ein dramati- 
sches gedicht, in 5 akten, von Hermann 
Sudermann. 40 

Copyright bv Hermann Sudermann, 
Berlin. 1898, no. 75358, Dec. 24; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 



Fantasy (A) 
sketch, in 
Smith. 
Copyright by Georg 



a dramatic and musical 

1 act, bv George Totton 

41 

Totten Smith, 



New York. 1899, no. 3626, Jan. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 8, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Friend (A) of the family : a comedy in 1 
act, by Sidney Wilmer. 42 

Copyright by Sidnev Wilmer, New 
York. 1898, no. 63730, Oct. 31 ; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 
Judge (A) by proxy: farce in 1 act, by 
Bernard Francis Moore. 43 

Copyright by Ames publishing co., 
Clyde,' Ohio. 1898, no. 77317, Dec. 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 
Lost (The) paradise ; or, Work and 
wages : a drama in 4 acts, adapted from 
the German of Ludwig Fulda, by John 
A. Fraser. 44 

Copyright by John A. Fraser, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 58861, Oct. 6; 2 type- 
written copies 'rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 
Ragtime (A) jubilee, in 3 acts and 3 
scenes; written by John M. Cocke; 
musical addition by John C. Maupin. 

45 
Copyright by John M. Cocke, New 
York." 1899,no.4416. .Ian. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



n ties. 

ABC pathfinder railway guide. Feb., 
L899. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1899.) 541 

Copy right by Now England rail w ay 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 75721 . 

Advertising experience. Feb., L899. 
(Rec'd Feb.*, 1899.) 542 

Copyright by Irving G. McColl, Chi- 
cago. 1899,no.4696. 

American architect and building news. 
Jan. 21, 1899. (Kec'd Jan. 25, 1899.) 

543 

Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 30, 18!i!t. ) 

:.i I 
— Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 

:. i :, 

Copyright by American architect and 
building news co., Boston. 1899, nos. 
3822-3824. 
American ecclesiastical review. Feb.. 
1899. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1899.) 546 

( lopyright by American ecclesiastical 
review co., New York. 1898, no. 70398. 

American electrician. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 8, 1899.) r> it 

Copyright by American electrician 
co., New York.' 1898. no. 76489. 



Titles — Continued. 

American tlorist. Feb. 4, 1898. (Rec'd 
Feb. 6, 1899.) 548 

Copyright by American florist co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 75574. 

American gynecological and obstetrical 

Journal. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 8, 

1899.) 549 

Copyright by J. D. Emmet, New York. 

1899, no. 2759. 

American institute of electrical engineers 
(Transactions). Nov., 1898. (Rec'd 
Jan. 30, 1899.) 550 

Copyright by American institute of 
electrical engineers, New York. 1898, 
no. 7311:;. 

American investments and financial 

opinion. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 

1899. ) 551 

Copyright bv Niagara pub. co., Huf- 

falo. 1898, no. 72018. 

Animals. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1899.) 

552 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 13026. 



267 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Feb., 
553 



Anthony's photographic bulletin 
1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 

Copyright by E. & H. T. Anthony & 
Co., New York. 1898, no. 73121. 



Biblical world. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 
8, 1899.) 551 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 53749. 

Boston daily globe. Feb. 2, 1899. (Rec'd 

Feb. 3, 1899.) 555 

Feb. 3, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1899.) 

556 
Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 

557 



Feb. 5, 1899 

Feb. 6, 1899 

Feb. 7, 1899 



(Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 

58 



Boston. 1899, no. 8: 



Collier's weekly. 
Feb. 10, 1899.) 



Feb. 11, 1899. (Rec'd 



Copyright by Peter Fenelon Collier, 
New York. 1898, no. 59083. 

14969— Vol. 18, No. 6 2 



(Rec'd Feb. 8, 1899.) 

559 

(Rec'd Feb. 9, 1899. 

560 

Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 

1899,nos.3910-3915. 

Bradstreet's. Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 
4,1899.) 561 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2630. 

Cadenza, Jan.-Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 9, 
1899.) 562 

Copyright by Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Par- 
tee co., Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 
59349. 

Cassier's magazine. Jan., 1899. Rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1899.) 563 

Feb. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1899.) 

564 
Copyright by Cassier magazine co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 3873, 3874. 

Chautauquan. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
27,1899.) 565 

Copyright by Theodore L. Flood, 
Meadville, Pa. 1897, no. 44076. 

Chicago dry goods reporter. Feb. 4, 
1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 566 

Copyright by Dry goods reporter co., 
Chicago. 1898, no* 67338. 

Christian endeavor world. Feb. 9, 1899. 
(Rec'd Feb. 8, 1899.) 567 

Copyright by The Golden rule co., 



Titles — Continued. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. Jan. 
21, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 21, 1899.) 569 

Jan. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 30, 1899.) 

570 
Copyright by William B. Dana co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 4432, 4133. 

Commercial and financial chronicle — in- 
vestors' supplement. Jan. 28, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 30, 1899.) 571 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 
New York. 1899, no. 4464. 

Cycling gazette. Jan. 26, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 28, 1899.) 572 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland. 1899, no. 531. 

Diamond Dick, jr., no. 119. Jan. 21, 1899. 
'Rec'd Jan. 20, 1899.) 573 

Copyright by Street & Smith 
York. 1899, no. 4513. 

Dry goods economist. Feb. 4, 
(Rec'd Feb. 7, 1899.) 

Copyright by Textile pub. co. 
York. 1899, no. 2371. 



New 

1899. 

574 

New 

1899. 
575 

CO., 



Eclectic medical journal. Feb., 
(Rec'd Feb. 3, 1899.) 

Copyright by Scudder bros. 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 76084. 



Electrical engineer. Feb. 9, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 10, 1899. ) 576 

Copyright by Electrical engineer, 
New York. 1899, no. 3117. 



Feb. 8, 1899. 



(Rec'd 
577 



Electrical review 
Feb. 9, 1899.) 

Copyright by Electrical review pub. 
co., New York. 1899, no. 3411. 

Engineering magazine. Feb., 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 28, 1899. ) 578 

Copyright by Engineering magazine, 
New York. 1898, no. 16637. 

Engineering record. Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 4, 1899.) 579 

Copyright by Engineering record, 
New York. 1899, no. 71190. 

Engineers' and power users' magazine. 
Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 23, 1899. ) 580 
Copyright by Engineer magazine co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 3763. 

Everywhere. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 
1899.) 581 

Copyright by Will Carleton, Brook- 
lyn. 1899, no. 4714. 

Exodus. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 2, 1899.) 

582 
Copyright by Ursula N. Gestefeld, 
New York. 1898, no. 55904. 



263 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Gardening. Feb. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 
3, 1899.) 583 

Copyright by Gardening co., Chicago. 
1898, no. 75551. 

Good housekeeping. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 3, 1899.) 584 

Copyright by Clark W. Bryan co., 
Springfield, Mass. 1898, no. 57158. 

Good literature. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 

Feb. 6, 1899.) 585 

Copyright by F. M. Lupton, New 

York." 1899, no. 2320. 

Harpers bazar. Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd 

Feb. 3, 1899.) 586 

Feb. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 10, 1899. ) 

587 
Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898, nos. 74699, 74700. 

Harper's weekly. Feb. 11, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 9, 1899.) 588 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898, nos. 74713. 

Harvard law review. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 589 

Copyright by Trustees of the Har- 
vard law review, Cambridge, Mass. 
1898, no. 23039. 

Home builder. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 
4,1899.) 590 

Copyright by Walter J. Keith, Min- 
neapolis.' 1899, no. 263. 
Horseman. Feb. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 9, 
1899.) 591 

Copyright by Chicago horseman 
newspaper co. 1899, no. 2775. 

Inland printer. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 

6,1899.) 592 

Copyright bv Inland printer co., 
Chicago. 1898,'no. 74171. 

Jewelers' weekly. Feb. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 3, 1899.) 593 

Feb. 8, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 10, 1899. 

594 
Copyright by Trades weekly co.. 
New York. 1899, nos. 3085, 3086. 
Journal of American folk lore. (Oct.- 
Dec, 1898. (Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899.) 595 
Copyright by American folk-lore 
society, Boston. 1898, no. 15510. 
Journal of school geography. Feb., 1899. 
(Rec'd Feb. 8, 1899. ) 596 

Copyright by Richard E. Dodge, 
New York. 1898, no. 74157. 
Judge. Feb. 18, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 10, 
1899.) 597 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York/ 1898, no. 58438. 



Feb. 16, 1899. (Rec'd 
599 



Titles — Continued. 

Keystone. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 
1899.) 598 

Copyright bv B. Thorpe, Philadel- 
phia, * 1899, no."ll7. 

Leslie's weekly 
Feb. 9, 1899.) 
Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. i898, no. 58464. 

Literature. Jan. 24, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
28. 1899.) 600 

Feb. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 10, 1899.) 

601 
Copyright bv Harper & bro., New 
York. " 1899, nos. 4419, 4421. 

McCall's magazine. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 4, 1899.) 602 

Copyright by McCall co., New York. 
1898, no. 67517. 

Medical fortnightlv. Feb. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 6, 1899.) 603 

Copyright by Fortnightly press co., 
St. Louis. 1899, no. 3392. 



Feb. 4, 1899. 



(Rec'd 
604 



Medical news. 
Feb. 6, 1899.) 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2710. 

Medical record. Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd 

Feb, 4, 1899.) 605 

Copyright by Wm. Wood & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 2687. 

Mercantile adjuster. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 4, 1899. ) 606 

Copyright by Mercantile adjuster 
pub. co., New York. 1898, no. 64700. 

Mind. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 27, 1899.) 

607 
Copyright by Alliance pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 54840. 

National engineer. Feb. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 

Feb. 8, 1899.) 608 

Copyright by James T. Edwards, 

Chicago.' l*99,'no. 3788. 

National reserve. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 

Feb. 4, 1899.) 609 

Copyright by National reserve pub. 

co., Kansas, City, Mo. 1899, no. 312. 

New York clipper. Feb. 11, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 9, 1899.) 610 

Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 124. 



New York herald. 

Feb. 3, 1899.) 
Feb. 3, 1899. 

Feb. 4, 1899. 



Feb. 2, 1899. (Rec'd 
(ill 

(Rec'd Feb. 4, 1899.) 
612 

(Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 
613 



269 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



New York herald. 

Feb. 6, 1899.) 
Feb. 6, 1898. 

Feb. 7, 1899. 



Feb. 5, 1899. (Rec'd 
614 
(Rec'd Feb. 7, 1899.) 
615 
(Rec'd Feb. 8. 1899.) 
616 
Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1898 nos. 71424-71129. 
New York medical journal. Feb. 4, 1899. 
(Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 617 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3398. 
New York supplement. Jan. 12, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 19, 1899.) 618 

Copyright by West pub. co., Minne- 
apolis' 1899, no. 3807. 
New York teachers' magazine. Feb., 
1899. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1899.) 619 

Copyright by Teachers' magazine 
pub. co., New York. 1899, no. 4632. 
New Yorker abendblatt. Feb. 2, 1899. 
(Reed Feb. 3, 1899.) 620 

Feb. 3, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1899.) 

621 

Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 

622 

Feb. 6, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 7, 1899.) 

623 

Feb. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 8, 1899.) 

624 

Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 

tung, New York. 1899, nos. 1579-1583. 

New Yorker sonntagsblatt. Feb. 5, 1899. 

(Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 625 

Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 

tung, New York. 1899, no. 1865. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. Feb. 2, 1899. 

(Rec'd Feb. 3, 1899.) 626 

Feb. 3, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1899.) 

627 

Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1899.) 

628 
Feb. 6, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 

629 

-Feb. 7, 1899, (Rec'd Feb. 7, 1899.) 

630 
Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 
tung, New York. 1899, nos. 1267-1271. 
Nick Carter weekly, no. 109. Jan. 28, 
1899. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1899.) 631 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York." 1899, no. 4514. 
Northeastern reporter. Jan. 13, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 20, 1899. ) 632 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1898, no-. 3808. 
Official railway equipment register. 
Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1899.) 633 
Copyright by Railway equipment 
and pub. co., New York. 1898, no. 
I 73404. 



Titles — Continued. 

Pacific reporter. Jan. 12, 1899. (Rec'd 
Jan. 19, 1899.) 634 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 3810. 

Pennsylvania county court reports. Feb. 
4, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1899.) 635 

Copyright by T. & J. W., Johnson & 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, no. 70395. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Feb. 2, 1899. 
(Rec'd Feb. 2, 1899.) 636 

Feb. 3, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1899.) 

637 

Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1899.) 

638 

Feb. 5, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 5, 1899. ) 

639 

Feb. 6, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 

610 

Feb. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 7, 1899.) 

641 

Feb. 8, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 8, 1899.) 

642 
Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, nos. 51157- 
51163. 

Pluck and Luck. Feb. 8, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 8, 1899.) 643 

Copyright bv Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 3105. 

Popular educator. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 3, 1899.) 644 

Copyright by Educational pub. co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 3636. 

Primary education. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
- Jan. 28, 1899.) 645 

Copyright by Educational pub. co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 3634. 

Rand-McNally central railway guide. 
Feb., 1899. ' (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 646 
Copyright by American railway 
guide co., Chicago. 1898, no. 72342. 

Rand-McNally official railway guide. 
Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 647 
Copyright by American railway 
guide co., Chicago. 1898, no. 72351. 

Rand-McNally western railway guide. 
Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 648 
Copyright by American railway 
guide co., Chicago. 1898, no. 72348. 

Recreation. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 7, 
1899.) 649 

Copyright bv G. O. Shields, New 
York. 1898, no!' 70215. 

School and home. Feb. 7, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 9, 1899.) 650 

Copyright by Wm. L. Thomas, St. 
Louis. 1899, no. 518. 



270 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Self culture. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 9, 
1899.) 651 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 13176. 

Sun. Feb. 2, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1899.) 

652 
Feb. 3, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 1899.) 

653 
Feb. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1899.) 

654 
Feb. 5, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 

655 
Feb. 6, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 

656 
Feb. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 7, 1899.) 

657 
Copyright by Sun printing and pub. 
ass'n, New York. 1899, nos. 907-912. 

Superintendent and foreman. Feb. 7, 
1899. (Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 658 

Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 272. 

Svenska Amerikanska posten. Jan. 31, 
1899. (Rec'd Feb. 8, 1899.) 659 

Copyright by Swan J. Turnblad, 
Minneapolis. 1899, no. 772. 

Tip top weekly, no. 146. Jan. 28, 1899. 
(Rec'd Jan. 27, 1899.) 660 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 4512. 

Town topics. Jan. 12, 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 
12,1899.) 661 



Titles — Continued. 



Town topics 

19,1899.) 
Jan. 26, 1899 



Jan. 19, 1899. 



Feb. 2, 1899. 
Feb. 9, 1899. 



(Rec'd Jan. 

662 

(Rec'd Jan. 26, 1899.) 

663 

(Rec'd Feb. 3, 1899.) 

664 

(Rec'd Feb. 9, 1899.) 

665 

Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 3976-3980. 

Trained motherhood. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 2, 1899.) 666 

Copyright by Motherhood co., New 
York. 1899, no. 4631. 

Travelers' official railway guide. Feb., 
1899. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1899. ) 667 

Copyright by National railway pub. 
co., New York.* 1899, no. 4703. 

Werner's magazine. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 3, 1899.) 668 

Copyright by Edgar S. Werner, New 
York.* 1899, no. 2970. 

Work and win. Feb. 3, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 3, 1899.) 669 

Feb. 10, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 4, 1899.) 

670 
Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, nos. 3110, 3111. 

Young Klondike. Feb. 15, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 4, 1899.) 671 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 3107. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Absence. Song for mezzo-soprano or 
baritone. Words by the Earl of 
Lytton (Owen Meredith); music by 
Frances Allitsen. 1327 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 2508, Jan. 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan, 5, 1899. 

After the sowing. Words and music by 
P. W. Blackmer. 1328 

Copyright by P. W. Blackmer, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 67659, Nov. 19; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

African medley on plantation songs, for 
piano or organ. Arranged by Oscar 
Paul. 1329 

Copyright by P. J. Lammers, Balti- 
more. * 1899, no. 3197, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Always with us. Song for mezzo-soprano. 
Words bv Nevins; music by E. W. 
Hanscom.' 1330 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 3455, Jan. 7; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

American citizen. Waltzes, arranged 
for guitar solo, by T. P. Trinkaus. 

1331 

Copyright by M. Wi tin ark cV sons. 

New York. 1899, no. 3228, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Angel's serenade. (La sercnata.) By G. 

Braga ; arranged for zither b y 1 >. 

Wormser. 1332 

Copyright byF. E. Burgstaller, New 

York. 1899, n'o. 2835, Jan. 5; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 



271 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Aplech. Caprice catalane, no. 2; pour 
violon, avec accompagnement de piano, 
par Joan Mam'n : op. 20. Berlin, N. 
Simrock. 1333 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1898. no. 39577, June 29; 2 copies rec'd 
June 29, 1898. 
Ardita (L') waltz. Arditi. iEolian 
grand, 20307. 1334 

Copyright by iEolian co.,New York. 
1898, no. 73636", Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 
At the gate of the kingdom. Song. The 
words and music by L. Ormiston Chant. 
London, J. Curwen & sons, ltd. 1335 
Copyright by J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. J 898, no. 73993, Dec. 19 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
Aunt Huldy's patchwork. Portland 
fancy, by Geo. L. Tracy. Orchestra. 

1336 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 2440, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
Awake, put on strength. Anthem, by 
G. W. Marston. 1337 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 2830, Jan. 5 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899. 
Beau-monde. Two-step march, by May 
Buckley Sloan. " 1338 

Copyright by May Buckley Sloan, 
Beaver Falls, Pa. 1899, no. 3272, Jan. 6 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 
Because. Arranged for guitar solo by 
T. P. Trinkaus. 133*9 

Arranged for mandolin and piano by 

T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. Meacham, and 
Chas. Pratt. 1340 

Copyright by M. Wit mark & sons, 
New York. 1899, nos. 3211, 3219, Jan. 6; 
2 copies each rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 
Berceuse from " Jocelyn," by B. Godard; 
arranged for zither by D. Wormser. 

1341 
Copyright by F. E. Burgs ta tier, New 
York. 1899, no. 2838, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 
Blackville echoes. Wing dance, two- 
step. Geo. L. Tracy; arranged by 
Walter Yreeland for maudolin club. 

1342 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 1899, no. 2143, Jan 4; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Blow, liT breezes, blow. A plantation 

lullaby. Words and music composed 

by Martha S. Gielow. 1343 

Copyright by A. S. Barnes & co., 

New York. 1898, no. 70595, Dec. 5; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 9. 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

" Bohemian Girl" (Selection from), Balfe; 
arranged for brass and reed band by 
Floyd J. St. Clair. 1344 

Copyright by H. N. White, Cleve 
land. 1899, no. 2419, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Boy (The) and the cuckoo. Fantasie for 

piano, arranged by G. P. Ritter. 1345 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 1899, no. 3453, Jan. 7; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 1, 1899. 

Breast the wave, Christian. Music by 

John B. Marsh. 1346 

Copyright by Wm. A. Pond & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 3196, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Bridal wreath. Mazurka, arranged for 
orchestra, by F. W. Stimson. 1347 

Copyright by H. N. White, Cleve- 
land. "l899, no". 2415, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Broken (The) stile. Mazurka, by J. A. 

Silberberg. 1348 

Copyright by M. Witmark &. sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3469, Jan. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Brush by, nigger, brush by. Fred M. 
Statia. Your key don't fit this lock no 
more. Paul Cohn. Two verses each, 
^olian grand, 40239. 1349 

Copyright by JEolian co., New York. 
1898, no. 73638, Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 



Bnnch (A) of violets. Song. Words by 
Raymond St. Leonards ; music by Guv 
D'Hardelot. 1350 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, no. 69498, Nov. 29 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 



Caudorosa mazurka. Preza. vEolian 

grand, 20309. 1351 

Copyright by JEolian eo., New York. 

1898, no. 73626, Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 

Charity. Faure. iEolian grand, 40243. 

1352 
Copyright byiEolian co., New York. 
1898, no. 73628, Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 

Children's morning hymn. Music by E. 
M.Stephenson. "" 1353 

Copyright by American Baptist pub- 
lication society, Philadelphia. 1899, 
no. 2324, Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 
1899. 



272 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — C ontinu e d . 

Christmas carols. Three ships. The 
Christmas tree. Christmas bells. Child 
Jesus. Cradled all lowly. By Gerrit 
Smith. Two verses each. JEoliau 
grand, 50177. 1354 

Copyright bv iEolian co., New York. 

1898, no. 74726, Dec. 21 ; 2 copies reo'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 

Cinderella. Arranged for guitar solo, by 

T. P. Trinkaus. 1355 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3218, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Clover (The) blossoms kiss her feet. 

Song. Words by Oscar Leighton; 

music by Lizzie B. Ross. 1356 

Copyright by Lizzie B. Ross, U. S. 

1899, no. 2535, Jan. 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899. 

Clover (The) two-step, composed by 
Marie Traudt. [Piano.] 1357 

Copyright by Marie Traudt, Milwau- 
kee. 1899. no. 3327, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Coming (The) of the King. Sacred song. 
Words bv William H. Gardner; music 
by P. A. Schnecker. 1358 

Copyright bv White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston'. 1899, no. 1968, Jan. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Concerto Espagnol, pour violon, avec ac- 
compagnement dorchestre; par Joan 
Mandn. Edition avec accompagne- 
ment de piano. Berlin, N. Simrock. 

1359 
Copyright bv N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1898, no. 39576, June 29; 2 copies rec'd 
June 29, 1898. 

Conqueror's (The) cabaret waltz, for 
piano, by L. Suzane. 1360 

Copyright by Louis Haas, Philadel- 
phia. 1899, no. 2826, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Consolation (La). ByDussek; for man- 
dolin and piano, by Benj. F. Knell. 

1361 
Copyright by Stewart & Bauer, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 3477, Jan. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Coryphee (The). Polonaise, by J. A. 

Silberberg. 1362 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sous, 

New York. 1899, no. 3467, Jan. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Cumberland '61 march and two-step, 
arranged for guitar solo, by T. P. 
Trinkaus. 1363 



Titles — Continued. 

Cumberland '61 march and two-step; 
arranged for mandolin and piano by 
T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. Meacham, and 
Chas. Pratt. 1364 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, nos. 3234, 3239, Jan. 6 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Dancing sunbeams. By R. Grunewald: 
op. 283. Orchestra. ' 1365 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. '1899, no. 2441, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

1 Schottische. By W. J. C. Thiel. 

Orchestra, 1366 

Copvrightbv H. N. White, Cleveland. 
1899, no. 2428, Jan. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
4, 1899. 

Danse Espagnole. Introduction et fan- 
dango varie, pour violon avec accom- 
pagnement de piano, par Pablo de 
Sarasate : op. 40. Berlin, N. Simrock. 

1367 
Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1898, no. 39578, June 29; 2 copies rec'd 
June 29, 1898. 

Darling Lenore. Words and music by 

Halbert L. Hoard. 1368 

Copyright by Halbert L. Hoard, Fort 

Atkinson, Wis. 1898, no. 68938, Nov. 

26; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Dat's me. Arranged for mandolin and 
piano, by T. P. Trinkaus, T. W. 
Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. 1369 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3242, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Days of long ago. 
Johnson. 



Waltzes, by Herbert 
1370 



Copyright bv Herbert Johnson, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 3326, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Dear, when I gaze. Song, by James H. 
Rogers. Contralto or bass in E Hat. 

1371 
Copyright by Wm. A. Pond <fc co. 



New York 



no. 2840, Jan. 5; 2 



copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1898. 

Dearest of all. Song. The words by 
Clifton Bingham ; the music by Frank 
L. Moir. In G. London, W. Morley 
& co. 1372 

Copyright by W. Morley & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 3298, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Do, do, my huckleberry, do. Arranged 
for guitar solo by T. P. Trinkaus. 1373 
• Copyright bv M. Witmark <.V sons. 
New York. 1899. no. 3223, .Jan. 6; 
copies rec'd .Ian. (i, L899. 



273 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Do you like me? Sckottische, by Enril 
Zeise; arranged for baud bv Masteu. 

1374 
Copyright by H. N. White, Cleve- 
land. ' 1899, no. 2427, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Don't forget your mother and the dear 
old home! Words by Andrew B. Ster- 
ling; music by Max Dreyfus. 1375 
Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3654, Jan. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Dorothy march, two-step, for the piano, 
by Wm. J. Maier. 1376 

Copyright by William J. Maier, New- 
ark, N. J. 1898, no. 73065, Dec. 15: 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Down ole Tampa Bay. Arranged for 
mandolin and piano, by T. P. Trinkaus, 
T. W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. 1377 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3235, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Dreaming of mother and home. Words 
by Arthur J. Lamb ; music by John S. 
May. 1378 

Copyright by Windsor music co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 64427, Nov. 2 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

El Caney. Words and music by W. A. 
Springer. 1379 

Copyright by W. A. Springer, Marl- 
boro, Mass. 1899, no. 3643, Jan. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Emmanuel. Paul Eodnev. iEolian 

grand, 50171. 1380 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1898, no. 73639, Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 

Erste iibung im ensemble-spiel. 10 
klassische stiicke fiir drei violinen, von 
Alfred Moffat. Berlin, N. Simrock. 
no. 1. Gavotte. (C. W. v. Gluck. ) 1381 

— no. 2. Menuett. (Jos. Haydn.) 1382 

— no. 3. Corrente. (A. Correlli.) 1383 
no. 4. Menuetto pastorale. (John 

BIokt.) 1384 
no. 5. Eeligioso. (L. von Beetho- 
ven.) 1385 

— no. 6. Andante con grazia. (G. Tar- 
tini.) 1386 

— no. 7. Lied ohne worte. (F. Men- 
delssohn-Baitholdy.) 1387 

— no. 8. Largo celebre. (G. Fr. Han- 
del.) 1388 

— no. 9. Sarabanda mid gavotta. (A. 
Correlli.) 1389 



Titles — Continued. 

Erste nebung im ensemble-spiel. 10 
klassische stiicke fiir drei violinen, von 
Alfred Moffat. Berlin, N. Simrock. 
no. 10. Ave veruin. ( W, A. Mozart.) 

1390 
Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1898,"nos. 39563-39572, June 29; 2 copies 
each rec'd June 29, 1898. 

Etude: op. 10, no. 1, Chopin. £tude: 

op. 25, no. 6, Chopin. iEolian grand, 

10420. 1391 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1898, no. 73630, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 

Fable (The) of the witches (Hexenmar- 

chen). By Constantin Sternberg. 1392 

Copyright by Wm. A. Pond & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 2839, Jan. 5; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Fairest (The) face on earth to me. Words 

by Augusta Howe Chambers ; music by 

A. M. Hall. 1393 

Copyright by A. M. Hall, New Y'ork. 

1899. no. 150, Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
4, 1899. 

Fedora. (Drame de V. Sardou.) Mu- 
sique de Umberto Giordano. Partition 
d'orchestre. 1394 

Copyright by E. Sonzogno, Milan, 
Italy. 1899, no. 2502, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Feuerreiter (Der). Ballade von Ed. 
Morike. Fiir mannerchor von Mathieu 

.Neumann: op. 35. Offenbach a. Main, 
Johann Andre". 1395 

Copyright by Johann Andre, Offen- 
bach a. Main. 1898, no. 33893*, June 1 ; 
2 copies rec'd June 1, 1898. 

Filibuster march and two-step, arranged 
for mandolin and piano, by T. P. Trink- 
aus, F. W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. 

1396 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3245, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Filibuster two-step, arranged for guitar 

solo, by T. P. Trinkaus. 1397 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3229, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Filipino march. Paso doble voluntario. 
Arranged for piano, by A. Nelson 
Adams. 1398 

Copyright by A. Nelson Adams, 
Stockton, Cal. ' 1898, no. 65611, Nov. 8; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Flag (The) of Cuba. Words by Mrs. V. 

S. Boyer; music by Franz Mahl. 1399 

Copyright by Victoria Stuart Boyer, 

New York. 1898, no. 52610, Sept. 8"; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Fly-away waltz, by Frederic W. Root. 

1400 
Copyright by Frederic W. Root, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 2534, Jan 5 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

For I love her so. Arranged for guitar 

solo by T. P. Trinkaus. ' 1401 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3226, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Franc comnie lor. Polka pour piano, 
par Ben Tavoux : op. 129. Paris, A. 
Noel. 1402 

Copyright by A.Noel, Paris. 1899, 
no. 2504, Jan. 5; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 5, 
1899. 

Funiculi funicula. Song by P. Tosti ; 
arranged for zither by D. Worniser. 

1403 
Copyright by F. E. Burgstaller, New 
York. 1899, no. 2837, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Gabriella waltz, by A. Tietzel. Orchestra. 

1404 
Copyright by H. N. White, Cleveland. 
1899, no. 2425, Jan. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
4, 1899. 

(Jay Coney Island. March and two-step. 
Arranged for guitar solo by T. P. 
Trinkaus. 1405 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3230, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Girl (The) I loved in old Virginia. 
Words by Andrew B. Sterling; music 
by Max Dreyfus. 1406 

Copyright bv T. B. Harms & co., 
New York. 1899. no. 2328, Jan. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Give me hack dem clothes. Words and 

music by Irving Jones. 1107 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1899, no. 2105, Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 4,1 Si »9. 

a\\ <• me the wings of faith. Music by 
E. M. Stephenson and Lillian Dean 
Eaton. L408 

Copyright by American Baptist pub- 
lication society, Philadelphia. 1899, 
no 2323, Jan. i; 2 copies rec'd Jan. I, 
1899. 



Go to sleep, my darling boy. Song and 
chorus. Words and music by J. F. 
Cook; arranged bv W. T. Williams. 

1409 
Copyright by J. F. Cook. West Gard- 
ner, Mass. 1898, no. 57981, Oct. 3 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Good news. Arranged by G. P. Ritter 

for piano. 1410 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 1899, no. 3454, Jan. 7; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Hail to our heroes. Words by N. C. 

Heisler; music by A. M. Cohen. 1411 

Copyright by J. S. Unger, Reading, 

Pa. 1898, no. 75287, Dec. 23; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

He carved his mother's name upon the 
tree. Words by Henry V. Neal; music 
by Gussie L. Davis; arranged by Abe 
Holzmann. 1412 

Copyright by Feist and Frankentha- 
ler,New York. 1899, no. 3199, Jan. 6; 
2 copies reed Jan. 6, 1899. 

Hear us, Father. Words and music bv 
P. W. Blackmer. 1413 

Copyright by P. W. Blackmer, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 67658, Nov. 19 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 17, 1898. 

Heavenly (The) fold. Song. The words 
by Arthur Philip Coxford; the music 
by C. Francis Lloyd, no. 2, in C. 
London, Boosey & co. 1414 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899, no. 2505, Jan. 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899. 

Heigho! (Quite broken-hearted.) Soug. 
Words and music by J. Spanforth. 
London, Boosey & co. 1415 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899, no. 2506, Jan. 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899. 

Her memory brings me no regret. Ar- 
ranged for mandolin and piano by T. P. 
Trinkaus. 1". YV. M each am, and (has. 
Pratt. 1416 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3251, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. ii. L899. 

Honey, dat I love so well. Arranged for 
guitar sol«» by T. P. Trinkaus. 1117 

Arranged for mandolin and piano, l»y 

T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. Meacham, and 
('has. Pratt. 1410 

Copyriehl by M. Witmark iV sons, 
New York. 1899, HOB.S214, 8247, Jan. 6; 
2 copies each rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Honey, youse ma lady love. Arranged 
for * mandolin and piano by T. P. 
Trinkaus, F. W. Meachain, and Chas. 
Pratt. 1419 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3206, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

I ain't quite rigbt. Arranged for guitar 

solo by T. P. Trinkaus. 1420 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3224, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

I don't love you no more. Words and 

music by John Martin. 1421 

Copyright by Zickel bros., Detroit. 

1899, no. 3513, Jan. 7; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 1, 1899. 

I got no use for vou. Arranged for 

guitar solo by T. P. Trinkaus. 1422 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3222, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

I guess that will be about all. Words 

and music by Al Johns. 1423 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1899, no. 2825, Jan. 5; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 6, 1899. 

Words and music by Harry Von 

Tilzer. 1424 

Copyright by Wm. C. Dunn & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 2533, Jan. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

I heard the voice of Jesus say. Music 

by Albert J. Holden. 1425 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 1899, no. 2832, Jan. 5 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

I love you best of all. Arranged for 
mandolin and piano by T. P. Trinkaus, 
F. W. Meachan, and Chas. Pratt. 1426 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, I 
New York. 1899, no. 3246, Jan. 6; 2 j 
copi< s rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

I love you in the same old way. Ar- 
ranged for guitar solo by T. P. Trin- j 
kaus. 1427 j 

Arranged for mandolin and piano by j 

■ T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. Meacham, and. j 
Chas. Pratt. 1428 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, nos. 3209. 3201, Jan. 6 ; : 
2 copies each rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

I'm sorry I quarrelled with you. Words 
and music by Frieda Pauline Cohen. \ 

1429 
Copyright by Thompson music co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 73441, Dec. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



I thank the fates. Song. Words by 
Constance SutciiiFe; music by Her- 
mann Lohr. no. 2 in E. London, J. 
B. Cramer & co., ltd. 1430 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 1899, no. 3300, Jan. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

I'll break up this jamboree. Arranged 

for guitar solo by T. P. Trinkaus. 1431 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3219, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

I'll see you some more. Words by Al. 

Brown; music by Eddie James. 1432 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1899, no. 2409, Jan. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd J an. 

4, 1899. 

In command. March and two-step, ar- 
ranged for mandolin and piano, by T. 
P. Trinkaus, F. W. Meacham, and Chas. 
Pratt. 1433 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3238, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

In the barracks. March and two-step, 
arranged for mandolin and piano, by 
T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. Meacham, and 
Chas. Pratt. 1434 

Copyright by M. Witmark &. sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3237, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Ingenue (L'. ) Yalse lente, by J. A. Sil- 

berberg. 1435 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3468, Jan. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

; Irish (The) swell. Words and music by 

Chauncey Olcott. 1436 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3474, Jan. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Irishman's (The) sonata, by Chas. 
Jerome Wilson : op. 653. 1437 

Copyright by Louis Haas, Philadel- 
phia. 1899, no". 2827, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Just as the sun went down. Arranged 
for guitar solo by T. P. Trinkaus. 

1438 

Arranged for mandolin and piano 

bv T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. Meacham & 
Chas. Pratt. 1439 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, nos. 3212, 3205, Jan. 
6; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Just one girl. Arranged for guitar solo 
by T. P. Trinkaus. 1440 

Arranged for mandolin and piano by 

T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. Meacham, and 
Chas. Pratt. 1441 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sods, 
New York. 1899, nos. 3208, 3202, Jan. 
6; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Katv-did she-did. Arranged for guitar 
solo by T. P. Trinkaus. 1442 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3225, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 
Kickapoo (The) club. March, by A. W. 
Turner. For brass and reed band. 

1443 
Copyright by H. N. White, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no. 2424, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
Little innocent. Gavotte. Arranged for 
mandolin and piano by T. P. Trinkaus, 
F. W. Meacham, and Chas Pratt. 

1444 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3236, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Liza Skinner, de cake walk winner. 
Words and music by N. H. Moray. 

1445 
Copyright by Zickel bros., Detroit. 
1899, no. 3512,' Jan. 7; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 7, 1899. 
'•'Long, long ago." Air varie, by I. J. 
Masten. Band. 1446 

Copyright by H. N. White, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no 2420, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
Lord, hear my cry. Carl Bohm ; arranged 
by Ambrose Davenport. 1447 

Copyright by White -Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 1970, Jan. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
Louisiana pastime. March and two-step, 
arranged for guitar solo, by T. P. Trink- 
aus. 1448 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3233, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 
Love (The) of Christ. Words and music 
by E. M. Stephenson. 1449 
Copyright by American Baptist pub- 
lication society, Philadelphia. 1899, 
no. 2326, Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 
1899. 
Lovely night. (Bella notte.) Canzonetta, 
by F. Devrient ; revised and fingered by 
A. Bechter. 1450 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia, 1898, no. 76563, Dec. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Low-back (The) car. Arranged by G. P. 

Ritter for piano. 1451 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 1899, no. 3254, Jan. 6; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Mabel's name is never spoken. Ballad 
with refrain, composed by Miss Edna 
Hudson. 1452 

Copyright by Balmer & Weber music 
house co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 3257, Jan. 
6 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Mammy's little pumpkin colored coons. 
Arranged for mandolin and piano by 
T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. Meacham, and 
Chas. Pratt. 1453 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3248, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Many years ago. Words and music by 
Chauncey Olcott. 1454 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3472, Jan. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 
March, " Court of honor," by L. N. Creigh- 
ton. Band. 1455 

Copyright by Brophy bros., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 77498, Dec. 31; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 
March, " Gloria," composed and arranged 
for brass and reed band, by F. H. Losey. 

1456 
Copyright by H. N. White, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no. 2416, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
Marcha Zaragoza. Aniceto Ortega. 

^Eoliau grand, 20310. 1457 

Copyright by JEolian co., New York. 
1898, no. 71413, Dec. 8 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 
Marche slave: op. 31, Tschaikowsky. 
iEolian grand, 10421. 1458 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 
1898, no. 73633/Dec. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 
Marie and Jack. Words and music by 
Geo. W. Gage. 1459 

Copyright by Geo. W. Gage,* Wash 
ington, D. C. 1898, no. 77518, Dec. 31 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Maryland, My Maryland. Arranged by 
G.'P. Ritter for piano. 1460 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. "1899, no. 3256, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 
Melodie pour le piauo, compose par Hans 
S. Line*. 1461 

Copyright by Royal music co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 3460, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



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Tiiles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Memories of Versailles. Waltz, Carrie 

J.Bond. yEolian graud, 20306. 1462 

Copyright by iEolian oo., New York. 

1898, no. 73635, Dec. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 

Message (A) to Phillis. Song for soprano 

or tenor. Words by Thomas Hey wood ; 

music by Florence Gilbert. 1463 

Copyright by Gr. Schirmer, New York. 

1899, no. 2507, Jan. 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899. 

Metropolis waltzes, by Paul Colin. 1464 
. Copyright by Windsor music co., Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 64983, Nov. 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Midnight in a graveyard. Patrol by H. 
L. Weaver; arranged by J. H. Taylor. 
Band. 1465 

Copyright bv Brophy brothers, 
Philadelphia. 1898, no. 77497, Dec. 31 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Miller's (The) daughter. Arranged by G. ■ 
P. Bitter, for piano. 1466 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, I 
Boston. 1899, no. 3255, Jan. 6; 2 copies | 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Mv coal-black lady. Arranged for guitar 
solo by T. P. Trinkaus. 1467 

Arranged for mandolin and piano by 

T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. Meacham, and 
Chas. Pratt. 1468 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, nos. 3210, 3203, Jan. 
6; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

My Philippine queen. Words and music 
by James Ferdon; arranged by Miss 
Maud Hulbert. 1469 

Copyright bv James Ferdon, Port- 
land, Oreg. 1899, no. 2540, J an. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

My secret. II secreto. Waltz song. 
Words by Frederick W.Bancroft; mu- 
sic by E. W. Hanscom. 1470 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 3457, Jan. 7; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

My wild Irish rose. Words and music 

by Chauncey Olcott. 1471 

Copyright bv M. Witmark &. sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3471, Jan. 7; 2 

Copies rec'd Jau. 7, 1899. 

No coon can come too black for me. 
Smart & Williams. Why don't you 
get a lady of your own? (Rag-time | 
chorus.) Williams & Walker. Two 
verses each. iEolian grand, 40235. 

1472 
Copyright by ^Eolian co.. New York. 
1898. lio. 73637, Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 



Nocturne, by Mendelssohn ; for mandolin 
and piano, by Benj. F. Knell. 1473 

Copyright bv Stewart & Bauer, Phil- 
adelphia, 1899, no. 3478, Jan. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Oh! Geraldine! Words and music by J. 

V. Taylor. 1474 

Copyright bv Arthur W. Tarns, New 

York. 1899, no. 2331, Jan. 4; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Oh, worship the King. For mixed voices, 

by E. W. Hanscom. 1475 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 1899, no. 2432, Jan. 4; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Olcott's fly song. Arranged for mando- 
lin and piano by T. P. Trinkaus, F. 
W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. 1476 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3243, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Olcott's home song, arranged for mando- 
lin and piano by T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. 
Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. 1477 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3204, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Olcott's lullaby. Words and music by 

Chauncey Olcott. 1478 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 

New Y^ork. 1899, no. 3475, Jan. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Old (The) fashioned mother. Arranged 

for guitar solo by T. P. Trinkaus. 1479 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3215, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Old (The) folks are longing for you, 
Mav. Arranged for guitar solo by 
T. P. Trinkaus. 1480 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New Y r ork. 1899, no. 3221, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Old folks at home. By Stephen Foster; 
arranged for zither by D. Wormser. 

1481 
Copyright by F. E. Burgstaller, New 
York. 1899, no. 2834, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Old (An) time garden. Colonial lyric. 
Words and music bv I. C. G. Reynolds. 

1482 
Copyright by Mrs. Icie C. G. Rey- 
nolds, New Brunswick, N. J. 1898, no. 
56529, Sept. 26; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 
1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

On the beach. Scherzo, by J. A. Silber- 

berg. 1483 

Copyright bv M. Witmark &. sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3166, Jan. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

On the playground. (Am spielplatz.) 
For the piano, by Franz Behr: op. 693, 
do. 1 : revised and lingered by Arthur 
Dana. 1481 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 2429, Jan. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

On vacation. Ferien. For the piano, by 
Franz Behr: op. 693, no. 3; revised and 
fingered by Arthur Dana. 1485 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 2430, Jan. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Organ (The), v. 9. 1486 

Copyright by George Molineux, 
New York. 1898, no. 73514, Dec. 16 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Our sleeping heroes. Words by J. Q. 
Hatfield; music by L. W. Eastman. 

1487 
Copyright by L. W. Eastman, U. S. 
1899, no. 2536, Jan. 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899. 

Out of the long ago. Words by Leon- 
tine Stanfield; music by Manuel Klein. 

1488 
Copyright by Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 2842, Jan. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Overture Hebrides. (FingaTs cave.) 
Mendelssohn. ^Eolian grand, 30480. 

1489 
Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1898, no. 73627, Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 

Ozema. Spanish waltz, by F. H. Losey. 
Orchestra. 1490 

Copyright by H. N. White. Cleveland. ' 

1899. no. 2417, Jan. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. I 
4, 1899. 

Palms (The). By.J.Faure; arranged by 
G. L. Lansing, for mandolin orchestra 
with piano accompaniment. 1491 

Copyright by Elias Howe co.. Boston. 
1899, no. 3253, Jan. 6; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
6, 1899. 

Peace song, written and composed by 

Gerald Lane. no. 1 in D. 1492 

Copyright bv Enoch & sons, London. 

1899, no. 2262, Jan. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 

4, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Petite intrigue. Caprice pour piano, par 
Ernest Gillet. Paris, Leon Grus. 

1493 
Copyright by Leon Grus, Paris. 1899, 
no. 2503, Jan. 5: 2 copies rec'd Jan. 5, 
1899. 

Pilgrims of the night. Song, for soprano 
or tenor. Words by F. W. Faber ; mu - 
sic by E. W. Hanscom. 1494 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 3456, Jan. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Poema de amor waltz. Manzanares. 

.Lolian grand, 20312. 1495 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1898, no. 71415, Dec. 8; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 

Polacca: op. 72. Weber. ^Eoli an grand, 

10419. 1496 

Copyright bv JEolian co., New York. 

1898, no. 73629^ Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 2,1899. 

Premiere suite pour instruments a vent, 
par Theodore Dubois. Partition 
d'orchestre. Paris, Heugel et cie. 
no. 1. Petite mazurka. 1497 

no. 2. Canzonetta. 1498 

no. 3. Chaconne. 1499 

Copyright by Heugel et cie, Paris. 

1898, nos. 73014-73016, Dec. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Prescott (The). Two-step, by A. Tietzel. 

Orchestra. 1500 

Copyright by H. N. White, Cleveland. 

1899, no. 2426, Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1899. 

Prince and princess. Gavotte, arranged 

for guitar solo, by T. P. Trinkaus. 1501 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3232, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Rag (A) time frolic. Wing dance two- 
step, by Geo. L. Tracy; arranged by 
Walter Vreeland for mandolin club. 

1502 
Copvright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no' 2438, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
Reverie. (Baritone solo.) F. H. Losey. 
For brass and reed band. 1503 

Copyright by H. N. White, Cleveland. 
1899, no. 2423, Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1899. 
Reverie. Traumerei, by R. Schumann; 
arranged for zither by D. Wormeer. 

L504 
Copyright by F. E. Burgstaller, New 
York. 1899, no. 2336, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan..".. 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Romancita pour violin, avec accompagne- 
ment de piano, par Joan Manon: op. 7. 
Berlin, N. Simrock. 1505 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1898, no. 39573, June 2«; 2 copies rec'd 
June 29, 1898. 

Sadie, my lady. Arranged for guitar solo 
by T. P. Trinkaus. 1506 

Arranged for mandolin and piano by 

T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. Meacham, and 
Chas. Pratt. 1507 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, nos. 3213, 3241, Jan. 6 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 
Sardonyx (Danse). Latour. iEolian 
grand, 20305. 1508 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 
1898, no. 73634, Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 2, 1899. 
Selection from Carmen. Bizet. Ar- 
ranged by T. H. Rollinson for band. 

1509 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no! 2439, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
Selection, "The king's sweetheart." 
By J. M. Glover. Orchestra. Lon- 
don, Boosey & co. 1510 
Copyright by E. Ascherberg & co., 
London. 1899, no. 22, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 
Send me a rose leaf. Music by Wm. F. 
Pautsch. 1511 
Copyright by Wm. F. Pautsch, Bea- 
ver Dam, Wis. 1899, no. 2541, Jan. 5; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 
Serenade Badine (Gabriel-Marie). Man- 
dolin, guitar, banjo, and piano. Ar- 
ranged by Walter Vreeland. 1512 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 2436, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 
Serenata pour violon, avec accompagne- 
ment de piano, par Joan Manen: op. 
14. Berlin, N. Simrock. -1513 
Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1898, no. 39575, June 29; 2 copies rec'd 
June 29, 1898. 
She's been a mother to me. Arranged 
for mandolin and piano by T. P. Trin- 
kaus, F. W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. 

1514 

Copyright by M. Witmark <fc sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3240, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

She's grace and grace itself. Arranged 

for guitar solo by T. P. Trinkaus. 1515 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3227, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Show me Thy ways, O Lord. Music by 

John B. Marsh. ' 1516 

Copyright by Wm. A. Pond & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 2550, Jan. 5; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Siegmund's love song, from the opera 
"Valkyrie," by R. Wagner; arranged 
for zither by D. Wormser. 1517 

Copyright by F. E. Burgstaller, New 
York. 1899, no. 2838, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Since ma hair turned red. Words and 
music bv Carroll Fleming: arranged 
by Wm. H. Tyers. 1518 

Copyright by Hugo Y. Schlam, New 
York/ 1899, no. 2824, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Since we parted. Song for mezzo-soprano 
or baritone. Words by the Earl of 
Lytton (Owen Meredith); music by 
Frances Allitsen. 1519 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 2509, Jan. 5 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
5, 1899. 

Sing, O ye little ones. Song. Words by 

Ed. Teschemacher ; music by Bryceson 

Treharne. In G. London, W. Mor- 

ley & co. 1520 

Copyright by W. Morley & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 3299, Jan. 7; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 
Sleighing (The) party. Rondo, by J. A. 

Silberberg. 1521 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3470, Jan. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 
Slumberland isles. Words by Leontine 

Stanfield ; music by Manuel Klein. 1522 
Copyright bv Wm. A. Pond & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 2841, Jan. 5; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 
Sobrinos (Los) del Capitan Grant. La 

zamacueca. Caballero. iEolian grand, 

20311. 1523 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1898, no. 71414, Dec. 8; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 
Sonata apassionata : op. 57. Allegro assai. 

Beethoven. iEolian grand, 10423. 

1524 
Copyright by iEolian co.. New York. 

1898, no. 73631, Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 
Andante con moto. Allegro non 

troppo. Beethoven. iEolian grand, 

10424. 1525 

Copyright bv .iEolian co., New York. 

1898, no. 73632' Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Sonate, fur zwei pianoforte, coinponirt 
von Carl Reinecke : op. 240. Leipzig, 
J. Rieter-Biederinann. 1526 

Copyright "by J. Rieter-Biedermann, 
Leipzig. 1898, no. 39554, June 29; 2 
copies rec'd June 29, 1898. 

Song of the flowers. (Chanson desfleurs.) 
By Francis Samary: op. 17. Revised 
and lingered by Carl Lyle. 1527 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 76561, Dec. 28 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Sons of the sea. Waltz, by Edward St. 
Quentin. Piano. London, Charles 
Sheard & co. 1528 

Copyright by Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 1899, no. 3297, Jan. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Sounds from home. By Gungi ; arranged 
by G. L. Lansing for mandolin or- 
chestra, with piano accompaniment. 

1529 
Copyright by Elias Howe co., Bos- 
ton. 1899 no. 3252, Jan. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. ; 1899. 

South Carli'i sift. Polka two-step, by 
Geo. L. Tracy; arranged by Walter 
Vreeland lor mandolin club. 1530 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 2435, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Spanish ballet music, by L. C. Desormes 
for orchestra. No. 1. Divertissement 
Espagnol. 1531 

No. 2. Havanaise. 1532 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila 
delphia. 1898, nos. 33894, 33896, June 
1; 2 copies rec'd June 11, 1898. 

Sparkling jewels for the Sunday school. 
A new collection of choice music, by 
Knowles Shaw. 1533 

Copyright by Mrs. Knowles Shaw, 
U.S. 1899, no. 2537, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

State Fencibles. March, for brass and 
reed band, by H. C. Miller. 1534 

Copyright by H. N. White, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no. 2422, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Story (The) of the violet. Words and 
music by Manuel Klein. 1535 

Copyright bv Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3195, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Studies for the pianoforte, for the devel- 
opment of technique and expression, 
by A. Lbschhorn : op. 65. Part 1, for be- 
ginners, in three books. Revised, fin- 
gered, and annotated by Jaroslaw de 
Zielinski. Books 1-3. 1536-1538 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, nos. 74274-74276, Dec. 
19; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Studio di concerto, pour violon avec ac- 
compagnement de piano, par Joan 
Manen: op. 10. Berlin, N. Simrock. 

1539 
Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 

1898, no. "39574, June 29; 2 copies rec'd 
June 29, 1898. 

Sweet Inniscarra. Arranged for guitar 

solo by T. P. Trinkaus. 1540 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sous, 

New York. 1899, no. 3217, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Sweet memories. Valse lente, by R. 
Grunewald: op. 273. Orchestra. 1541 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 2442, Jan. 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Tears and kisses. Song. Words by J. 

Anthony McDonald; music by Picco- 

lomini; no. 1 in B flat. London, 

Enoch & sons. 1542 

Copyright by Enoch & sons, London. 

1899, no. 2261, Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 4, 1899. 

That's when you learn to love them more 
and more. Arranged for mandolin 
and piano by T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. 
Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. 1543 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3244, Jan. 6 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

There's a bright land far away. Anthem 
for children's Sunday. Words by Mrs. 
Alexander; music by G. W. Marston. 

1544 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 2831, Jan. 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

This coon will never love again. Words 
by Jas. O'Dea; music by Leo. Fried- 
man. 1545 
Copyright by Sol Bloom, Chicago. 
1898, no. 74251/ Dec. 19 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 5, 1899. 

Triiumerei. Reverie. By R. Schumann ; 
for mandolin and piano by Benj. F. 
Knell. 1546 

Copyright by Stewart & Baner, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 8476, Jan. 7 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 



281 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



IVles — Continued. 

Turtle (The) waltzes, by Harry S. Miller 

and Emily Smith. 1547 

Copyright by Wni. C. Dunn & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 3330, Jan. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Tzigane. (Mazurka hongroise.) Louis 

Ganne. JEolian grand, 20308. 1548 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1898, no. 73625, Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 2, 1899. 

Vaudeville (A) reminiscence. Song and 
dance, by Walter Vreeland: op. 323. 
For 2 mandolins, 1 or 2 guitars, 2 ban- 
jos, and piano. 1549 
Copyright by Oliver Diisou co., Bos- 
ton. 1899. no. 2437, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Vier lieder fur eine singstimme, mit be- 
gleitung des pianoforte, von Leone 
Sinigaglia: op. 15. Berlin, N. Sim- 
rock, no. 1. Vom berge. (On the 
mountain heights.) (J. v. Eichen- 
dorff.) 1550 

no. 2. Schon' siischen. (The sweet- 
heart.) (Ungarisch.) 1551 

no. 3. Vesper. (The vesper bell.) 

(J. v. Eichendorff. ) 1552 

no. 4. Die kleine. (Longing.) 

(J. v. Eichendorff.) 1553 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1898, nos. 39559-39562, June 2 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd June 29, 1898. 

Vier stiicke fiir zwei pianoforte, com- 
ponirt von Carl Reinecke: op. 241. 
Leipzig, J. Rieter-Biedermann. no. 1. 
Etude. 1554 

no. 2. Menuetto. 1555 

no. 3. Scherzo in canone. 1556 

no. 4. Allegretto giojoso 1557 

Copyright by J. Rieter-Biedermann, 
Leipzig. 1898, nos. 39550-39553, June 
29; 2 copies each rec'd June 29, 1898. 

Waltz Lemore. by F. H. Losey, for brass 
and reed band. 1558 

Copyright by H. N. White, Cleve- 
land. 18D9, no. 2421, Jan. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 

Wanda. Salon mazurka, by C. Bohm: 
op. 88 ; revised and fingered by Thos. 
Williams. 1559 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 76562, Dec. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

We are sowing, ever sowing. Words by 
Charlotte Murray; music by E. M. 
Stephenson and Lillian Dean Eaton. 

1560 
Copyright by American Baptist pub- 
lication society, Philadelphia. 1899, 
no. 2325, Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 



Titles— Continued. 

Wedding (The) of the lily and the rose. 
Arranged for guitar solo by T. P. 
Trinkaus. 1561 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3231, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Welcome march, for piano or organ, by 
Wm. F. Pantsch. 1562 

Copyright by Wm. F. Pautsch, Bea- 
ver Dam, Wis. 1899, no. 2542, Jan. 5 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

We'll drown it in the bowl. Drinking 
song; words and music by Chauncey 
Olcott. 1563 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3473, Jan. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

When memory plays upon the heart 
strings. Words by Will Waters; mu- 
sic by Harvy Holaday. 1564 
Copyright by H. E. Holadav, Hutch- 
inson/Kans. 1898, no. 75798, Dec. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

When winds are raging o'er the upper 
ocean. Response for mixed voices. 
Words by Harriet Beecher Stowe ; mu- 
sic by G. W. Marston. 1565 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 2431, Jan. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 5, 1899. 

Who do you love? Arranged for guitar 

solo by T. P. Trinkaus. " 1566 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3220, Jan. 6; 2 

! copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

' Yankees (The) are coming. Words and 

music by T. Clay Neece. 1567 

Copyright by T. Clay Neece, De Moss 

Springs, Oreg/ 1899, no. 3465, Jan. 7 ; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

, You big lump of coal of mine. Words 

and music by Al. Johns. 1568 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1899, no. 2408, Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 4, 1899. 

You'll never find another love like mine. 
Arranged for mandolin and piano by 
T. P. Trinkaus, F. W. Meacham, and. 
Chas. Pratt. 1569 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 3250, Jan. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Zaraida polka, by F. H. Losey, for brass 

and reed band. 1570 

Copyright by H. N. White, Cleveland. 

1899, no. 2418, Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 4, 1899. 



282 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Zizzy, ze, zum, zuin. Arranged for guitar 

solo, by T. P. Trinkaus. 1571 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 3216, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 

Zwei lyrische stiicke fiir das violoncello, 
rait begleitung des pianoforte, kompo- 
nirt von Ludwig Keller : op. 41. Leip- 
zig, H. von Ende's verlag. Nos. 1, 2. 

1572, 1573 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1898, dos. 65543,65544, Nov. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

12 easy melodious etudes, for pianoforte, 

by H. N. Redman. 1574 

Copyright by White-Smith music 

pub. cb., Boston. 1899, no. 1969, Jan. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 4, 1899. 



V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. Eor index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Alvord, Iowa (Insurance map of). Nov., 

1898. 131 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa, 1899, no. 4094, Jan. 9 ; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Anthon, Iowa (Insurance map of). Dec, 

1898. 132 

Copyright bv Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. * 1899, no. 4095, Jan. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Barry, Pike county, 111., Nov., 1898. 133 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perrismapco., 
ltd., New York. 1899, no. 5365, Jan. 12 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Blockton, Iowa (Insurance map of). Dec, 

1898. 134 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 4096, Jan. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Bloomington, Monroe county, Ind., Nov., 

1898. 135 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perrismapco., 

ltd., New York. 1898, no. 5366, Jan. 12; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Blue Mound, Macon county, 111., Jan., 

1899 (Insurance maps of). 136 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perrismapco., 

ltd., New York. 1899, no. 4540, Jan. 10 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Breckenridge, Caldwell county, Mo., 
Dec, 1898. 137 

Copyrightbv Sanborn-Perrismap co., J 
ltd., New York. 1899, no. 4541, Jan. 10 ; | 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Brookfield, Linn county, Mo., Nov., 1898. 

138 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perrismap co., 
ltd., New York. 1899, no. 5367, Jan. 12; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Chicago (Birdseye view of the business 

district ef). 139 

Copyright by Poole bros., Chicago. 

1898, no. 67453, Nov. 18; 2 copies rec'd 

Nov. 19, 1898. 

Clinton, Vermillion county, Ind., Nov., 

1898. 140 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perrismap co., 

ltd. , New York. 1899, no. 4542, Jan. 10 ; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

DeSmet, Kingsbury county, S. Dak. 

Dec, 1898. 141 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New' York. 1899, no. 5097, 

Jan. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Devils Lake, Ramsey county, N. Dak. 

Dec, 1898. 142 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 5368, 

Jan. 12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Geyserville, Sonoma county, Cal. Nov., 

1898. 143 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd , New York. 1899, no. 2444, 

Jau. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Jau. 9, 1899. 



(Insurance map of) 
144 



Larch wood. Iowa 
Dec, 1898. 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa, 1899, no. 4100, Jan. 9 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



283 

MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles —Continued. 

Lisbon, Columbiana county, Obio. Nov., 

1898. 145 

Copyright by Sanboru-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899. no. 5370, 

Jan. 12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 12. 1899. 

Merrill, Iowa. (Insurance map of) 

Dec, 1898. 146 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. * 1*99, no. 4099, Jan. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Miami, Cherokee Nation, Ind. T. Nov., 

1898. 147 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899. no. 5369, 

Jan. 12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Modale, Iowa. (Insurance map of) 

Dec, 1898. 148 

Copyright by Henry Bennett. Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 4098, Jan. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Muskogee, Creek Nation, Ind. T. Nov., 

1898. 149 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 5371, Jan. 

12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Oak Harbor. Ottawa county, Ohio. Nov., 

150 



Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 5372, 
Jan. 12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Pierre, Hughes county, S. Dak. Nov., 

1898. 151 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 5373, 

Jan. 12. 2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Pittsburg and Allegheny terminal map, 

Pennsylvania railroad. 152 

Copyright by J. M. Kelly, Pittsburg. 

1898, no. 73649. Dec. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Republic camp, Washington. 153 

Copyright by Hammond & Ralston, 
Spokane. 1899, no. 4101, Jan. 9; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Rocklin, Placer county, Cal. Nov., 1898. 

154 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New "York. 1899, no. 4103, 
Jan. 9; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Salix, Iowa (Insurance map of). Dec, 

1898. - 155 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 4097, Jan. 9 ; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

South Canadian, Choctaw Nation, Ind. 

T. Nov., 1898. 156 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 5098, 

Jan. 11 : 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 



Suffield, Hartford county, Conn. Dec, 

1898. 157 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 5374, 

Jan. 12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Unionville, Putnam county, Mo. Nov., 

1898. 158 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co.. ltd., New York. 1899, no. 4543, 

Jan. 10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Vinita, Cherokee Nation, Ind. T. Nov., 

1898. 159 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 5375, 

■ Jan. 12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Wagoner, Creek Nation, Ind. T. Nov., 

1898. 160 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New 'York. 1899, no. 5099, 

Jan. 11; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 



VT. ENGHRAVING-S, OUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Accounted for. 208 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 4549, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 



Aleksander. 



209 



Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4118, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

14969— Vol. 18, No. 6 3 



Titles — Continued. 

Ancient (An) ballad of Doome. 210 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu,' New York. 1899, no. 4566, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Another ''deadhead'' comes to grief. 

211 
Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 4123, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



284 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Bird's eye of the Union stock yards from 

Transit house. 212 

Copyright by E.YV. Irish. Chicago. 

1899, no. 2049/ Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd 

Jan. 12, 1899. 

Bugaboo (The) of the anti-expansionist. 

213 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
man, New York. 1899, no. 4556, Jan. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Confidence. 214 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899. no. 4559, Jan. 
10 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Couldn't appreciate it. 215 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 4561, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Cycle (A) of German songs, by Clayton 
Johns. Design no. 1. [Coyer page.] 

216 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, jr., Bos- 
ton. *1899, no. 2039, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Dainty (A) house gown, by Montaille. 

217 
Copyright by S. M. Baldwin, New 
York. ' 1899, no. 4569, Jan. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Difference (A) in men. 218 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann. New York. 1899, no. 4551. Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 
Earnest (An) prophet. 219 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
ruann, New York. 1899, no. 4546. Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 
Education (The) of Mr. Pipp. 19. 220 
Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York/ 1899, no. 4105. Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 
Failed the test. 221 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann. New York. 1899, no. 4550, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 
Going into a decline. 222 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 4558, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 
He marvels a little. 223 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 4545, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 
Henryk Brodaty. 224 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 189!), do. 4106, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



Ti t les — C ontinued . 

Henryk Walezy. 225 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4121, Jan. 9: 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

How many more? Photogravure by R. 
Wallace Hester from painting by Alfred 
W. Strutt. 226 

Copyright by Dowdeswell & Dowd- 
eswells, ltd., London. 1899, no. 13, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Jadwiga. 227 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4113, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
reed Jan. 9, 1899. 

Jagiello. 228 

Copy right by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4114, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
reed Jan. 9, 1899. 
Jan Olbracht. 229 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4117, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Judges and lawyers, Rochester, N. Y., 
1898. 230 

Syracuse. N. Y. 231 

Copyright by J. H. Bowles, New 
York. 1899, nos. 4568, 4567. Jan. 10; 2 
copies each rec'd Jan. 10, 1899. 

Kaziniierz Jagielonczyk. 232 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 4116, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Kaziniierz Wielki. 233 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4111, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 18>»9. 

Leszek Czarny. 234 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4107, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Ludwik. 235 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4112, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 
Made a monkey of him. 236 

Copyright bv Arkell pub. co.. New 
York/ 1899, no. 4122, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Many-sided (A) question. 237 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann, New York. 1899, no. 4547, Jan. 

10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Matter (A) of drinks. 238 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 4552, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 



285 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Matter (A) of taste. 239 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maim, New York. 1899, no. 4554, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Mighty (The) deeds of the modern Jack 

the Giant-Killer. 240 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 

York. 1899, no. 4124, Jan. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

No escape. 241 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
rnann, New York. 1899, no. 4557, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. ' 

Przemyslaw. 242 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 4108, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Real (The) tug-of-war. 243 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1899, no. 4564, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Solemn (A) protest. 244 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 4565, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Spring fashions, 1899. 245 

Copyright bvE. D. St. George & bro., 
New York. 1899, no. 5159, Jan. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Staving them off. 246 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann^New York. 1899, no. 4548, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Street gown from Vienna. 247 

Copyright by S. M. Baldwin, New 
York. 1899, no. 4104, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
reed Jan. 9, 1899. 

Suggestion (A). 248 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1899, no. 4553, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Three poems, by Robert Burns. Design 

no. 3. [Cover page.] 249 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, jr., Bos- 

tou. 1899, no." 2041, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Throwing away no chances. 250 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1899, no. 4560, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 



Ton ah. 



251 



Copyright by Keppler &, Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 4563, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Usual (The) effect. 252 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 4562, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 



Waclaw. 



253 



Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4109, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

War (A) victim. 254 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 4555, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Will she be rescued ? 255 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun, New York. 1899, no. 4544, Jan. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Wladysiaw Lokietek. 256 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4110, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Wladyslaw Warnenczyk. 257 

Copyright by Polish pub.' co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4115, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Zygmunt I. Stary. 258 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4119, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Zygmunt II. August. 259 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 4120, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



286 



VII. CHROMOS ATsTD LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Bells (The). Thomas E. Shea's 3-sheet 

lithograph, no. 6745. 61 

Copyright by H. C. Miner litho. co., 

New York. 1898, no. 71609, Dec. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 9, 1898. 

Bunch (A) of violets. 62 

Copyright by Great Atlantic and Pa- 
cific tea co., New York. 1899, no. 5235, 
Jan. 12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Comedian (The), Harry Corson Clarke. 

no. 3645. 63 

Copyright by United States printing 

co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 3656, Jan. 9; 

2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Comet. " Red currant." 64 

Copyright by Stecher lithographic 
co., Rochester. 1899, no. 3657, Jan. 9; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

"Crocus." 65 

Copyright by Stecher lithographic 
co., Rochester. 1899, no. 3658, Jan. 9; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Flowers. 3-sheet, no. 8315. 66 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 76224, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

June sweetness. 67 

Copyright by Great Atlantic & Pa- 
cific tea co., New York. 1899, no. 7236, 
Jan. 12 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Letter combination, Devil's auction, fe- 
male figure, no. 3649. 68 
Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 4644, Jan. 11 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Napoleon (The) of farce comedy, no. 

3572. 69 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 

Cincinnati. 1899, no. 3661, Jan. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Nethersole (Olga). 3-sheet, no. 2608. 

70 
Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 5237, Jan. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Stand. 28-sheet, no. 8314. 71 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 76223, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



White Rambler." 



72 



Copyright by Stecher lithographic 
co., Rochester. 1899, no. 3659, Jan. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Yellow rambler." 73 

Copyright by Stecher lithographic 
co., Rochester. 1899, no. 3660, Jan. 9 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Allegro (The). 348 

Copyright by Cohen bros. &, co., 
New York. 1899, no. 5132, Jan. 11; 2 
coiiies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Bizarre (The). 349 

Copyright by Cohen bros. & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 5130, Jan. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

City (The), from Arlington. 350 

Copyright by Washington souvenir 

co., Washington. 1898, no. 72081, Dec. 

10 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 10, " " 



Titles — Continued. 

Co. A, 10 Ohio vol. inf. Two-line forma- 
tion. Spanish- American war, 1898. 





351 


Three-line formation. 


352 


Co. H. 


353 


Co. I. 


354 


Co. K. 


355 


Co. L. 


356 



Copyright by L. Lei and Beckwith 
Barton, Washington. 1899, nos. 5116- 
5121, .) an. 11; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 
11, 1899. 



287 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Ti 1 1 es—C out i n u e ci . 

Dolce (The). 357 

Copyright by Cohen bros. & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 5131, Jan. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Douceur (The). 358 

Copyright by Cohen bros. & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 5128, Jan. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Empress (The). 359 

Copyright bv Cohen bros. & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 5134, Jan. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Fon Chong Mai. No. 1. 360 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 
1899, no. 4136, Jan. 9 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 
17, 1899. 

Gadski (Johanna). Nos. 1, 2. 361 

Copyright bvWm. Kuebler, jr.. Phila- 
delphia. 1899, nos. 5126,5127, Jan. II; 
2 copies each rec'd Jan. 11,1899. 

Hillis (Rev. Newell D wight). 362 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 5378, Jan. 12; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Howland (Jobyna). Nos. 1, 2. 363,364 
Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 
1899, nos. 4134,4135, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
each rec'd Jau. 9, 1899. 

Journal block, just completed, Lisbon 
st., Lewiston, Me. 365 

Copyright by Pictorial press syndi- 
cate, Boston. 1899, no. 4138, Jan. 9 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9 3 1899. 

Lambert (The) place, Durham, Me., 
birthplace of Nelson Dingley. 366 

Copyright by Pictorial press syndi- 
cate, Boston. 1899, no. 4140, Jan. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

McKinley (Mrs.) 367 

Copyright by Mrs. C. M. Bell, Wash- 
ington. 1899, no. 4126, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
. rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

McKinley (President.) 368 

Copyright by Mrs. C. M. Bell, Wash- 
ington. 1899, no. 4125, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

McKinley (President and Mrs.) 369 

Copyright by Mrs. C. M. Bell, Wash- 
ington. 1899, no. 4127, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Maximum (The.) 370 

Copyright by Cohen bros. & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 5133, Jan. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Office of the Lewiston Journal, New 
Journal block, just completed, Lewis- 
ton, Me. 371 
Copyright by Pictorial press syndi- 
cate, Boston. 1899, no. 4141, Jan. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Residence of Nelson Dingley, Pine st., 
Lewiston, Me. 372 

Copyright by Pictorial uress syndi- 
cate, Boston. 1899, no. 4137, Jan. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Room where Nelson Dingley was born, 
Durham, Me. 373 

Copyright by Pictorial press syndi- 
cate, Boston. 1899, no. 4139, Jan. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Schley (Admiral.) nos. 1,2. 374,375 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 
1899, nos. 4132,4133, Jan. 9; 2 copies 
each rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Van Schaack (Mrs. John), nos. 1, 2. 

376, 377 
Copyright by Dana, New York. 1899, 
nos. 5107, 5108, Jan. 11; 2 copies each 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Vesta (The). 378 

Copyright by Cohen bros. & co v 
New York. 1899, im. 5129, Jan. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 



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IX. FUSTE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law, with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Day of the battle. 130 

Copyright by Lvell Carr, New York. ! 
1899, no. 5100.' Jaii. 11; 2 copies ree'd 
Jan. 11, 1899/ 

Flor (La) de victor. 131 

Copyright by Krueger and Braun, 
New York. 1899, no. 3663, Jan. 9; 1 
photograph ree'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Holy Mary in an attitude of prayer. 132 
Copyright by J. Ottmann lithograph- 
ing co., New York. 1899, no. 3664, Jan. 
9; 1 photograph ree'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Premiada (La). 133 

Copyright by Krueger and Braun, 
New York. 1899, no. 3662, Jan. 9; 1 
photograph ree'd Jan. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Within an irregular panel composed of 
scroll, network, and branches of roses 
with blossoms, is shown a bust portrait 
of a young woman of the brunette type 
[etc.]. 134 

Copyright by American litho. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 5226, Jan. 12; 1 
photograph ree'd Jan. 12, 1899. 

Woodland (A) symphony. 135 

Copyright by Arthur Lucas, London. 
1899, iio. 4386, Jan. 10; 1 photograph 
ree'd Jan. 11, 1899. 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found.) 



Adams (A. Nelson), Stockton, Cal. : 

Filipino march. A. Nelson Adams. 
(Music.) 
iEolian co., New York : 

Ardita (L') waltz. Arditi. iEolian 
20307. (Music.) 

Brush by, nigger, brush by. Fred. 
M. Statia. Your key don't fit this look 
no more. Paul Conn. iEolian 40239. 
(Music.) 

Candorosa mazurka. Freza. iEolian 
20309. (Music.) 

Charity. Faure. iEolian 40243. 
(Music.) 

Christmas carols, Gerrit Smith, 
dorian 50177. (Music.) 

Emmanuel. Paul Rodney. iEolian 
50171. (Music.) 

Fvtude: op. 10, no. 1, Chopin. £tude: 
op. 25, no. 6, Chopin. ^Eolian 10420. 
(Music.) 

Marcha Zaragoza. Aniceto Ortega. 
iEolian 20310. (Music.) 

Marche slave, Tschaiko wsky . 
JEolian 1.0421. (Music.) 

Memories of Versailles waltz. Carrie 
J.Bond. iEolian 20306. (Music.) 

No coon can come too black for me. 
Smart & Williams. Why dou't you 
get a lady of your own f ' Williams & 
Walker. iEolian 40235. (Music.) 



iEolian co., New York: 

Overture Hebrides. Mendelssohn. 
iEolian 30480. (Music.) 

Poema de amor waltz. Manzanares. 
^olian 20312. (Music.) 

Polacca. Weber. iEolian 10419. 
(Music.) 

Sardonyx. Latour. iEolian 20305. 
(Music.) 

Sobrinos (Los) del Capitan Grant. 
Caballero. ^Eolian 20311. (Music.) 

Sonata apassionata. Beethoven. 
iEolian 10423. (Music.) 

10424. (Music.) 

Tzigane (La). Louis Ganne. iEolian 
20308. (Music.) 

Alary (John Y.), Des Moines: 

Gideon. God's hand. (Books: 2.) 

Alden (W.L.),U. S. : 

Alden (W. L.) An involuntary presi- 
dent. (Books: 3.) 

American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia : 

Children's morning hymn. E. M. 
Stephenson. (Music.) 

Give me the wings of faith. E. M. 
Stephenson. Lillian Dean Eaton. 
(Music.) 

Love (The) of Christ. E. M. Stephen- 
son. (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia : 

We are sowing, ever sowing. Char- 
lotte Murray; E. M. Stephenson; Lil- 
lian Dean Eaton. (Music.) 
American lithographic co., New York: 
Within an irregular panel composed 
of scroll, net work, etc. (Fine arts.) 
American press association, New York : 
Fashions of New York. (Books: 3.; 
Fashions of New York. (Books: 3.) 
Old (The) Hawaii; the new Hawaii. 
(Books: 3.) 
Scientific basket ball. (Books: 3.) 
Shakespearean (A) revival. (Books : 
3.) 
American school of correspondence, Bos- 
ton : 

American school of correspondence. 
Design of direct -current dynamos. 
(Books: 1.) 

Representative types of direct 

current dynamos. ( Books: 1.) 

Steam engine indicators. 

(Books: I.) 

Valve gears. (Books: 1.) 

Ames publishing co., Clyde, Ohio: 
Dr. Baxter's servants. (Drama.) 
Judge (A.) by proxy. (Drama.) 
Andre (Johann), Offenbach a. Main, Ger- 
many: 

Feuerreiter (Der). Mathieu Neu- 
mann. (Music.) 
Appleton (D.), & co., New York: 

Potter (Edward Tuckerman). Bible 
stories in Bible language. (Books: 1.) 
Arkell pub. co., New York : 

Another " deadhead " comes to grief. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Made a monkey of him. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Mighty (The) deeds of the modern 
Jack the giant-killer. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Ascherberg (E.) & co., London: 

Selection, " The king's sweetheart." 
J. M. Glover. (Music.) 
Associated press. New York : 

France and England once more 
aroused. (Books: 3.) 

Germany to pass our meat on its 
merits. (Books: 3.) 

Welcome our navy. (Books: 3.) 
Baker & Masten, Cleveland: 

Progressive Cleveland. (Books: 2.) 
Baldwin (S. M.), New York: 

Dainty (A) house gown. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints. J 

Street gown from Vienna. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Balmer & Weber music house co., St. 
Louis: 

Mabel's name is never spoken. Edna 
Hudson. (Music.) 
Banks & bros., New York: 

Colorado. Court of appeals. (Books: 
1.) 



Banks & bros., New York : 

United States. Courts of appeals. 
Reports. (Books: 1.) 

United States reports. Supreme 
Court. (Books: 1.) 
Barnes (A. S.) & co., New York: 

Blow, liT breezes, blow. Martha S. 
Gielow. (Music.) 
Barr (Robert), London : 

Barr (Robert). The archbishop's 
banquet. (Books: 3.) 
Barry (John Arthur), Great Britain: 

Berry (John Arthur). At Mat Aris 
light. (Books: 3.) 
Barton (L. Leland Beckett), Washington : 
Co. A, 10th Ohio Vol. Inf. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Co. H. (Photographs.) 
Company I. (Photographs.) 
Company K. (Photographs.) 
Company L. (Photographs.) 
Bell (Mrs. C. M.), Washington: 

McKinley (Mrs.) (Photographs.) 
McKinley (President). (Photo- 
graphs.) 

McKinley (President and Mrs.) 
(Photographs.) 
Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 
Advisory rates of Manchester, Iowa. 
(Books: 2.) 

Odebolt, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

West Liberty, Iowa. (Books: 

2.) 

Alvord, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Anthon, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Blockton, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Larchwood, Iowa. (Maps and 
charts.) 
Merrill, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Modale, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Salix, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Benson (Oliver), New York: 

Change (The) of time from 6 to 9. 
(Books: 2.) 
Charles the XII. (Books: 2.) 

Benziger Bros., New York: 

Donnellv (Eleanor C.) Aunty Daf- 
fodil's "tecks." (Books: 3.) 

Lasance (Francis Xavier), comp. A 
pious preparation for first holy com- 
munion. (Books: 1.) 

O'Malley (Sallie Margaret). He like 
a soldier fell. (Books: 3.) 

Taggart (Marion Ames). Loyal blue 
and royal scarlet. (Books: 3.) 

Best (Albert), New York : 

Toe-in (The) shoe. (Books: 2.) 

Beveridge (George Douglass), U. S. : 

Poems and songs of the Philippine 
expedition. (Books: 2.) 

Bice (E. E.), Flemington, N. J. : 

Connett (John L.) Flemington, N.J. 
(Books: 1.) 



290 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Bigelow (E. Victor), Cohasset, Mass. : 

Bigelow (E. Victor). A narrative 
history of the town of Cohasset, Mass. 
(Books: 1.) 
Black (P. Y.), New York: 

Black (P. Y.) The way of the tres- 
passer. (Books: 3.) 
Blackmer (P. W.), Chicago: 

After the sowing. P. W. Blackmer. 
(Music.) 

Hear us, Father. P. W. Blackmer. 
(Music.) 
Bloom (Sol), Chicago : 

This coon will never love again. Jas. 
O'Dea; Leo Friedman. (Music.) 
Boname (Louise C), Philadelphia: 

Boname (Louise C.) The study and 
practice of French in school, pt. 2. 
rev. ed. (Books: 1.) 
Boosey & co., London : 

Heavenly (The) fold. Arthur Philip 
Coxford; C. Francis Lloyd. (Music.) 
Heigho! J. Spawforth. (Music.) 
Boughton (J. W.), Philadelphia: 
Parquet floors. (Books: 2.) 
Bowles (J.H.).New York: 

Judges and lawyers, Rochester, N. Y. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Syracuse, N. Y. (Engravings, 

cuts, and prints.) 
Boyer (Victoria Stuart), N. Y. 

Flag (The) of Cuba. Mrs. V. S. 
Boyer; Franz Mahl. (Music.) 
Brantley (William T.), Baltimore: 

Maryland, reports of cases argued 
and adjudged iu the court of appeals. 
v.87. (Books: 1.) 
Brooks (Christopher P.), Lowell, Mass. : 
Cotton pickers. 1st ed. (Books: 2.) 
Brophy bros., Philadelphia: 

March. Court of honor. L. N. Creigh- 
ton. (Music.) 

Midnight in a graveyard. R. L. 
Weaver. Arranged by J. H. Taylor. 
(Music.) 
Brorup (R. P.), Webster, S. Dak.: 

Brorup (R. P.) Modesty, courtship, 
and woman's right. (Books: 2.) 
Brown & co., Boston: 

Thomas (Grace Powers). Where to 
educate. (Books: 1.) 
Burgstaller (F. E.), New York: 

Angel's serenade. G. Braga; D 
Worinser. (Music.) 

Berceuse from "Jocelyn." B. God 
ard; D. Wormser. (Music.) 

Funiculi funicula. P. Tosti; D 
Wormser. (Music.) 

Old folks at home. Stephen Foster 
D. Worruser. (Music.) 

Reverie. R. Schumann; D. Worm 
ser. (Music.) 

Siegmund's love song. R. Wagner 
D. Wormser. (Music.) 
Carr (Lyell), New York : 

Day of the battle. (Fine arts. ) 



Carson-Harper co., Denver: 

Mieir (William O.) Westcliff, Colo. 
(Books: 1.) 
Carter (George G.), Chicago: 

Mexican mutual planters' co. (Books : 
2.) 
Trust deed. (Books: 2.) 

Chicago record, Chicago : 

All ready to be friendly. (Books: 3.) 
America's stand disquieting. (Books : 

3.) 

Battleships to sailJan. 12. (Books: 3.) 
Bitter tight against Banfr'y. (Books : 

3.) 

Calms Santiago opposition. (Books : 

3.) 

Cuba will soon be clear. (Books : 3. ) 
Czar approves the programme. 

(Books: 3.) 
Defeated the Congo forces. (Books: 

3.) 

Deluge in the camp. (Books: 3.) 
Dictator is needed. (Books: 3.) 
Esterhazy now in Belgium. (Books: 

3.) 
French deputies to meet. (Books: 3.) 
Friendly interest in William. (Books : 

3.) 
Illinois boys in Cuba. (Books: 3.) 
Leaves Naples for Alexandria. 

(Books: 3.) 
Lost in the Berne Alps. (Books : 3. ) 
Mav blast away a mountain. (Books : 

3.) 
Mav give up Newfoundland. (Books : 

3.) 

May prevent war in Africa. (Books : 

3.) 

More emigrants for America (Books: 

3.) 

Negotiating for steel rails. (Books : 

3.) 
Nurses in Cuba rebel. (Books: 3.) 
Overtaxed Ireland protests. (Books : 

3.) 

Peruvians are making merry. 

(Books: 3.) 
Reichstag may adjourn. (Books: 3.) 
Ripe for revolution. (Books: 3.) 
Riviera season is dull. (Books: 3.) 
Russia orders ships. (Books: 3.) 
Sagasta to continue in power. 

(Books: 3.) 
Santiago wants autonomy. (Books: 

3.) 

Scorn of Bismarck. (Books: 3.) 
Sees trouble ahead. (Books: 3.) 
Serious illness of Don Carlos. 

(Books: 3.) 
Still deal in slaves. (Books: 3.) 
Swedes wish to vote. (Books: 3.) 
To right for liberty. (Books: 3.) 
Vanderbilt's daughter honored. 

(Books: 3.) 
Wales and disarmament. (Books: :*.) 
Warships to leave Lima. (Hooks: 3.) 



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Chicago record, Chicago : 

William may visit the Pope. (Books : 
3.) 

Would not reduce the navy. (Books : 
3.) 
Christian witness co., Boston: 

Steele (Daniel). .Jesus exultant. 
(Books: 1.) 
Churchman (The) co.,New York: 

Giovanni Dupre. (Books: 3.) 
Clark company, Lock Haven, Pa. : 

Points and pointers for the uninsured. 
(Books: 2.) 
Some excuses. (Books: 2.) 
Cocke (John M.), New York : 

Ragtime (A) jubilee. (Drama.) 
Cohen bros. & co., New York : 

Allegro (The). (Photographs.) 
Bizarre (The). (Photographs.) 
Dolce (The). (Photographs.) 
Douceur (The.) (Photographs.) 
Empress (The). (Photographs.) 
Maximum (The). (Photographs.) 
Vesia (The). (Photographs.) 
Colliery eng. co., Scranton, Pa. : 

International correspondence schools, 
Scranton, Pa. Education, training de- 
partment. (Books: 1.) 
Continental pub. co., New York: 

Hanks (Beulah Downey). For the 
honor of a child. (Books: 1.) 

Lala (Ramon Reyes). The Philip- 
pine islands. (Books: 1.) 

Lala (Ramon Reyes). The Philip- 
pine islands. (Books: 3.) 

Study this carefully. (Books: 2.) 
Cook (J. F.), West Gardner, Mass. : 

Go to sleep, my darling boy. J. F. 
Cook. (Music.) 
Courier litho. co., Buffalo: 

Nethersole (Olga). (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
Cox (Palmer), New York : 

Cox (Palmer). The Brownies' mili- 
tary and naval obstacle race. (Books : 
3.) 
Cramer (J. B.) & co. (ltd), London: 

I thank the fates. Constance Sut- 
cliffe; Hermann Lohr. (Music.) 
Crane (Frank), Chicago: 

Crane (Frank). Pulpit editorials. 
Sectionalism. (Books: 3.) 

Crane (Frank). Tiddledy-winks. 
(Books: 3.) 
Curwen (J.) & sons, ltd, London: 

At the gate of the kingdom. L. 
Ormiston Chant. (Music.) 
"Daily (John Wesley), Boston: 

Daily (John Wesley). The home 
practice of medicine. (Books: 1.) 
Dana, New York : 

YanSchaack (Mrs. John). Nos. land 
2. (Photographs.) 
Devoe (F. W.) & Raynolds (C. T.) co. ; 
Chicago: 

Advice to farmers and cotton plant- 
ers. (Books: 2.) 



Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

Aunt Huldy's patchwork, Portland 
fancy. Geo. L. Tracy. (Music.) 

Blackviile echoes. Geo. L. Tracy; 
Walter Vreeland. (Music.) 

Dancing sunbeams. R. Gruenwald. 
(Music.) 

Rag (A) time frolic. Geo. L. Tracy ; 
Walter Vreeland. (Music.) 

Selection from Carmen. Bizet; T. 
H. Rollinson. (Music.) 

Serenade Badine. (Gabriel Marie) ; 
Walter Vreeland. (Music.) 

South Car'lina sift. Geo. L. Tracy; 
Walter Vreeland. (Music.) 

Sweet memories. R. Gruenwald. 
(Music.) 

Vaudeville (A) reminiscence. W al- 
ter Vreeland. (Music.) 
Dowdeswell & Dowdeswells, ltd., Lon- 
don: 

" How many more?" (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Dunn (Wm. C.) & co., New York: 

I guess that will be about all. Harry 
von Tilzer. (Music.) 

Turtle (The) waltzes. Harry S. 
Miller and Emily Smith. (Music.*) 
Eastman (L. W.), U. S. : 

"Our sleeping heroes." J. Q. Hat- 
field; L. W.Eastman. (Music.) 
Enoch &. sous, London: 

Peace. Song. Gerald Lane. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Tears and kisses. J. Anthony Mc- 
Donald; Piccolomini. (Music.) 
Enochs (K. S.), Pineville, La. : 

Enochs (K. S.) The portrait. (Books: 

Evans (R. O.), Chicago : 

Sheard (Charles). Pointers for par- 
liamentarians. (Books: 2.) 
Falk (B. J.), New York: 

Fon Chong Mai. (Photographs.) 
Howland (Jobyna). nos. 1-2. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Schley (Admiral), nos. 1-2. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Feist & Frankenthaler, New York: 

He carved his mother's name upon 
the tree. Gussie L. Davis. (Music.) 
Ferdon (James), Portland, Oreg. : 

My Philippine queen. James Fer- 
don. (Music.) 
Fernald (Charles Augustus), Boston: 
Fern aid (Charles Augustus). Geneal- 
ogv of ancient Fernald i'amilv. (Books : 
2.) 
First American patent club, Milwaukee: 
Do you know of a better and cheaper 
plan I (Books: 2.) 
Foss (A. E.) & co., Needham, Mass. : 

Residence and business directory of 
Uxbridge and Northb ridge, Mass., 
"1-9. (Books: 1.) 



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Frances (Mary), Nelson ville, Mo. : 

[Mason, Fanny Witherspoon.] The 
life of Madaline Pollard. (Books: 1.) 
Fraser (John A.), Chicago: 

Lost (The) paradise. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Funk & Wagnalls co., New York: 

Fernald (James Champlin). The 
imperial republic. (Books: 1.) 
Furness (Horace Howard), Wallingford, 
Pa.: 

Shakespeare (Wm.) Romeo and Ju- 
liet, v. 1. (Books : 1. ) 
Gage (Geo. W.), Washington, D. C. : 
Marie and Jack, Geo. W. Gage. (Mu- 
sic.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland: 
"Meik" Habei sack's schreibebrief. 
no. 79. (Books: 3.) 

"Offener schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer." no. 262. (Books: 3.) 
Goudie (A.C.), U.S.: 

Cuba at short range. (Books: 3.) 
"Cuba libre" a dream. (Books: 3.) 
Cuba libre for woman. (Books: 3.) 
Cuba now needs roads. (Books: 3.) 
Cuban folks of to-day. (Books: 3.) 
Nanigos (The) of Cuba. (Books : 3. ) 
Grand (The) fraternity, Philadelphia : 

Grand (The) fraternity. (Books: 2.) 
Grant (H. N.), Buffalo: 

Grant (H. N.) The Alabama cake 
walk two-step. (Books: 2.) 
Great Atlantic and Pacific tea co., New 
York: 

Bunch (A) of violets. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

June sweetness. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Gins (Leon), Paris: 
Petite intrigue, 
par Ernest Gillet. 
Haas (Louis), Philadelphia: 

Conqueror's (The) cabaret waltz. 
L. Suzane. (Music.) 

Irishman's (The) sonata, C h a 8 . 
Jerome "Wilson. (Music.) 
Hagen (A. T.) & co., Rochester: 

Hagen (A. T.) & co. Modern laun- 
dry machinery. (Books: 2.) 
Hall (A.M.), New York: 

Fairest (The) face on earth to me. 
Augusta Howe Chambers; A. M. Hall. 
(Music.) 
Hammond and Ralston, Spokane: 

Republic camp. Washington. (Maps 
and charts.) 
Harms (T. B.) & co., New York: 

Don't forget your mother and the 
dear old home! Andrew B. Sterling; 
Max Dreyfus. (Music.) 

Girl (The) I loved in old Virginia. 
Andrew B. Sterling; Max Dreyfus. 
(Music.) 



caprice pour piano, 
(Music.) 



Harper & bros., New York: 

Phillips (Andrew W.) and Strong 
(Wendell Melville). Logarithmic and 
trigonometric tables. (Books: 1.) 
Hastings (H. L.), Boston: 

Hastings (H. L.) The Bible and its 
critics. (Books: 1.) 

Hastings (H. L.) The book of Job: 
A study. (Books: 1.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Lovely night. F. Devrient ; A. Bech- 
ter. (Music.) 

Song of the flowers. Francis Samary ; 
Carl Lyle. (Music.) 

Studies for the pianoforte, by A. 
Loschhorn. Books 1-3. (Books: 2.) 

Wanda. C. Bohm; Thos. Williams. 
(Music.) 7 

Hazard (Geo. W.), Los Angeles: 

Practice (The) of oriental medicine. 
Treatise no. 4. (Books: 2.) 
Heard (John, jr.), U. S. : 

Heard (J., jr.) Eraclio Solis, high- 
wayman. (Books: 3.) 
Heller (B.) & co., Chicago: 

Honor where honor is due. (Books: 
2.) 
Henderson (Peter) & co., New York: 
Peter Henderson & co., New York. 
Market gardeners' or truckers' whole- 
sale catalogue. (Books: 2.) 
Herald co., Milwaukee: 

Dieblntige handschrift. (Books: 3.) 
Heugel et,cie., Paris: 

Premiere suite. Theodore Dubois, 
nos. 1-3. (Music.) 
Hickok co., New Haven, Conn. : 

Hickok (The) company, manufac- 
turers of " Century " corsets. (Books : 
2.) 
Higgins (Edwin), Baltimore: 

Higgins (Edwin). "The star- 
spangled banner." [Newed.] (Books: 
2.) 
Hinckley (A. G.), New York : 

Hincklev (Abbie G.) A key to 
health. (Books: 1.) 
Hoard (Halbert L.), Fort Atkinson, Wis. : 
Darling Lenore. H. L. Hoard. (Mu- 
sic. 1 
Holaday (H. E.), Hutchinson, Kans: 

When memory plays upon the heart- 
strings. Will Walters; Harvy Hola- 
day. (Music.) 
Holt (Henry) & co., New York: 

Lessing (Gotthold Ephraim). Minna 
von Barnhelm. (Books: 1.) 
Hopkins (Griffith M.), Philadelphia : 

Real-estate plat book of the city of 
Pittsburg, east end; v. 1. (Books: 2.) 
Horning (E. W.),U. S. : 

Horning (E. W.) At the pistol's 
point. (Books: 3.) 
Howe (Elias) co.. Boston : 

Palms (The). ,1. Fame; Geo. L. Lan- 
sing. (Music.) 



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Howe (Elias) co., Boston: 

Sounds from home. Gungl; G. L. 
Lansing. (Music.) 
Hoyt (Deristhe L.), Maiden. Mass. : 

Hoyt (Deristhe L.) The world's 

painters and their pictures. (Books: 1.) 

Hyde (Paul Woodworth), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Daughter (A) of Cuba. (Dramatic 

compositions.) 

Hyne (Cutcliffe), Great Britain: 

Hyne (Cutcliffe). Fortunes adrift. 
(Books: 3.) 
International committee, Y. M. C. A., New 
York : 

Ballantine (William G.) Christ in 
the gospel of Mark. (Books: I.) 
Irish (E. W.), Chicago : 

Bird's-eye of the Union stock yards, 
from Transit house. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Jackson (J. A.), Des Moines: 

Twister (The). (Books: 2.) 
Jahn (Carl G.), Columbus, Ohio: 

Ohio. Circuit Court. Reports of 
cases argued and determined, v. 17. 
Jan. 1 to June 30, 1899. ( Books : 1 . ) 
Johnson (Herbert), Boston: 

Days of long ago. Herbert Johnson. 
(Music.) 
Johnson (Warren S.), Milwaukee: 

Johnson (Warren S.). Gasoline. 
(Books: 2.) 
Johnson and Stokes, Philadelphia : 

Garden and farm manual. 1899. 
(Books: 2.) 
Johnston (Clarence T.), Cheyenne, Wyo. : 
Souvenir of Wyoming, 1899. (Books : 
2.) 
Jones (Frank Crigler), New York: 

Health and strength ! beauty and 
grace! (Books: 2.) 
Kansas city star co., Kansas city, Mo. : 

Trade in live stock. (Books: 3.) 
Kehr (Cyrus), Lakeside, 111. : 

Making boxes. (Books: 2.) 
Kelly (J.M.), Pittsburg: 

Pittsburg and Allegheny terminal 
map, Penna